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PROGRAM FOLIO 



JULY 1967 



VOL. 18 • NO. 4 



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profit, non-commercial station at the rate of $15.00 (regu- 
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10016. Subscriptions are transferable. 

The duration of programs scheduled is approximate. Dates 
after listings indicate past or future duplicate broadcasts; 
an indication of the time of such scheduling refers to a 
more detailed description of the program. An asterisk pre- 
ceding a music listing means the performance is not 
commercially available. 



T1/|a\i peopi i came in to help during the Marathon, and, frankly, 
it is impossible to name them all. Of particular significance is 
the support we received from the broadcasting industry. The following 
stations gave air time to annoum ements of the KPFA Marathon: 

KDIA KKI1I KMPX KNEW 

The following persons from radio came to KPFA to help out on mike: 
KJAZ: Scott Brown, Stan Dunn, Ra\ Spaukling 

KMPX: lorn Donahue 

KSFO: \1 < lollins, ( lene D* \l issi, Dan Sorkin 

KSFR: Robin King 

KYA: Tomm) Saunders Russ Syracuse 

Our thanks, too. to \.( I whose members came often to help, and 
to the Committee— without Scotl Beach and Gary Goodrow, we'd 
probably still he trying tor the 

A PROGRESS REPORT OF THE MARATHON 

Returns are still coming in. so the following report is merely indica- 
tive. All figures are rounded. 

Number ol Transaction to make the goal: 3950 I $75,000) 

Number of transactions in direct pledges: 3400 ( $66,000 ) 

Number of transactions in barter: 550 (S 9,000) 

Amount received as of 1st week of June: 

Pledges: 6194 or $40,000 

Barter: 40% or $ 3,600 

TOTAL 58% or $43,500 

Average donation per person: $24.00 

Average donation per pledge: $19.00 (some people gave more 
than once ) 

Average donation per pledge (minus large matching grants): 
$14.00 
For every two subscribers who participated in the Marathon, one 
listener who did not subscribe joined. According to the "rules" of the 
.Marathon any listener who was not a subscriber automatically became 
one to the extent of his contribution: further, regular subscribers 
could apply their pledges and barter donations to gift subscriptions. 
As a result, we expect our subscription list to jump as much as F500. 
Already some 1019 new people have been enrolled as new subscribers 
and we have broken the 8000 mark! (One word of caution to temper 
the celebration: we really can't expect as high a renewal rate from 
Marathon subscriptions as we do from those subscribers who join in 
other ways throughout the year. In May, 1967— one year after the first 
Marathon— renewals dropped more than ten percent. ) 

Marathon Expenses: 

Postage $ 231.00 Printing 1383.76 

Telephones 300.00 Payroll 1000.00 

TOTAL $2914.76 

IF YOU HAVE NOT YET SENT IN YOUR MARATHON 
CONTRIBUTION, PLEASE DO SO SOON. 

IF YOU HAVE NOT YET RENEWED YOUR EXPIRING (OR EXPIRED) 
SUBSCRIPTION, DO THAT NOW. 



COVER: This month we feature the work of SHIRLEY 
HiKKIR a free-lance urtist now living in Berkeley. 
KPFA photographs in this edition are by DUNCAN 
RAY. 



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IN QU6ST of 
PUVeRS & The R€St 

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come this Octoberiime to a hidden wood 
in yon Marin. And, Know ye thai this 
time of Jbll.iie & Myrth doth lack but 

{or thee. 
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strum a Luk or play a Flute... fiddle, 
diddle, pipe or jest, compose a Rhyme 
upon request-perform a trick or Con- 
juiii ion, Juggle, Joust , nead a Proclamation, 
mime, chime... drum or hum... perform 
the art of Minstrelsy or, perhaps, a bit 
of puppetTy..beneath a tree for all to See: 

Then... 
we prithee, write this news that we 
may know of thee and -thy Good wish 
to help create the Revelry of this wondrous 
Pleasure faire to see. Address such, news 
to KtyA, 2207 Shattuck Av^Bfrteley^fclif. 
...A Gratejull Vfc. 



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July 



Saturday 




8:00 CONCERT: 

Haydn: Symphony no. 12 in E 
Jones, Little Orchestra of London 
Nonesuch H-1083 (12) 

Bach: Cantata no. 1, for the Feast of 

the Annunciation: "Wie schon leu- 

chtet der Morgenstern" 

Weber, soprano; Krebs, tenor; 
Schey, bass; Lehman, Berliner 
Motettenchor and Philharmoniker 
Archive ARC 3063 (25) 

Mozart: Symphony no. 41 in C, K. 

551 ("The Jupiter") 

Walter, N.Y. Philharmonic 
Columbia ML 5014 (28) 

Mahler: Kindertotenlieder 

Tourel, mezzo-soprano; Bernstein, 
N.Y. Philharmonic 
Columbia ML 5597 (26) 

Bach: Cantata no. 4, for Easter Day: 

"Christ lag in Todesbanden" 

Krebs, tenor; Fischer-Dieskau, 

baritone; Jung, organ; Lehmann, 

Chor der Hochschule fur Musik, 

Frankfurt, Ochester des Bachfestes 

Gottingen 

Archive ARC 3063 (24) 

10:00 LOTTE LEHMANN SPEAKS: 
Lotte Lehmann talks to William 
Malloch, Music Director of KPFK, 
about herself and the state of opera 
and lieder singing, past and present. 
(KPFK) 

10:30 CHILDREN'S BOOK SAMPLER 
with Ellyn Beaty. (June 27) 

10:45 COMMENTARY by Herb Steiner, 
member of the State Executive Com- 
mittee of the Socialist Labor Party 
and state organizer for the Party. 
(June 30) 

11:00 JAPANESE PRESS REVIEW, 
produced by Richard Lock, former 
resident and teacher in Japan, now 
doing graduate work at the Univer- 
sity of California in Berkeley. 
(June 30) 

11:15 WHATEVER BECAME OF . . . 
ADOLPH A. BERLE? - : Richard 
Lamparski talks with one of the 
members of the original Roosevelt 
"Brain Trust" about the Bank Holi- 
day of 1933, the famous "100 days," 
Father Charles E. Coglin, and "The 
Kingfish" Hughie Long. 

11:45 MISCELLANY 

12:00 THE PREACHING OF THE 
WORD-I The Scandal of the Cross: 
The Very Rev. James S. Stewart, 
delivers the first of three Earl Lec- 
tures which are presented annually 
by the Pacific School of Reliffion in 
Berkely. Dr. Stewart is chaplain to 
to the Queen of England, has served 
as Moderator of the General As- 
sembly of the Church of Scotland, 
and is Emeritus-Professor of New 
Testament Language, Literature & 
Theology at New College, University 
of Edinburgh. This talk was re- 
corded Jan. 31, 1967, at the first 
Congregational Church in Berkeley. 



12:45 DEBUSSY: Estampes ("Pagodes"; 
"La soiree dans Grenade"; "Jardins 
sous la pluie") 

Rosen, piano 

Epic LC 3945 

1:00 THE UTILITY OF THE CON- 
STRUCT OF RACE-I: The first 
session of a three-part symposium 
on the usefulness and validity of the 
biological and social concepts of 
race. Dr. Ethel Tobach, of the Amer- 
ican Museum of Natural History, 
chairman of this session on Behavior- 
Genetic Analyses and Their Rele- 
vance to the Construct of Race, in- 
duces the panel members, who 
include: Dr. Peter Klopfer of the 
Dept. of Zoology, Duke University; 
Dr. Benson Ginsburg of the Be- 
havior Genetics Lab. at the Univ. of 
Chicago; Dr. W. Laughlin of the 
Dept. of Anthropology at the Univ. 
of Wisconsin; Dr. H. Birch, Director 
of the Child Development Institute, 
Yeshiva University; Dr. J. Hirsch of 
the Dept. of Psychology, Univ. of 
Illinois; and others. Session II will 
be broadcast tomorrow afternoon. 
(WBAI) 

3:45 DEBUSSY: Images, Book II 
Rosen, piano 
Epic LC 3945 (12) 

4:00 THE TWO GENTLEMEN OF 
VERONA: by William Shakespeare. 
Produced by the Marlowe Society 
and Professional Players; directed 
by George Rylands. 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS 

6:45 COMMENTARY by Hal Draper, 
of the Independent Socialist Club, 
and editor of New Politics; and/or 
Anne Draper, of the Amalgamated 
Clothing Workers staff and secre- 
tary of Citizens for Farm Labor. 
(July 2) 

7:00 REVIEW OF THE BRITISH 
WEEKLIES (BBC) (July 3) 



7:15 GRASS BLADE JUNGLE- White 
Ants: Their blind workers, their fan- 
tastic and monstrous soldiers, their 
perilous mating flights, and their 
warfare with their enemies. (July 5) 

7:45 LISTENER OPINION, during 
which listeners are invited to par- 
ticipate in a live phone-in ( the num- 
ber is TH 8-4425) with KPFA's 
station manager, Alfred Partridge. 

8:15 THE MOSCOW PHILHAR- 
MONIC, DAVID AND IGOR OIS- 
TRAKH AND YEHUDI MEN- 
HUIN, SOLOISTS: 

Beethoven: Violin Concerto in D 

Menhuin, violin; David Oistrakh, 

Moscow Philharmonic 

Vivaldi: Concerto in F for three 

violins 

Menhuin, Oistrakhs, violins; Kon- 

drashin, Moscow Philharmonic 

(BBC) 

9:15 HIGHER EDUCATION IN CALI- 
FORNIA: Earl Warren, Chief Justice 
of the U.S. Supreme Court, speaking 
April 28, 1967, on the Berkeley 
campus of the University of Cali- 
fornia. This is the first talk from 
the extraordinary public convocation 
of the Berkeley Division of the Aca- 
demic Senate. The overall theme of 
the convocation was "The Role of the 
University in a Democratic Society." 

9:45 SUBWAY POEMS; PARAPHE- 
NALIA: Greg Foster, with Art 
Blakey, Jr. on the drums— original 
compositions. ( WBAI ) ( July 14 ) 

10:00 MUSIC IN AMERICA with Chris 
Strachwitz. (July 6) 

11:15 GRAFFITI: First in a series of 
programs examining the unpublished 
wit of our society. The program in- 
cludes an interview with Bob Reis- 
ner, who has collected toilet graffiti 
in the East and West Village, New 
York City. (WBAI) (July 20) 

11:45 ALL-NIGHT JAZZ with Dan Mc- 
Closky. 







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8:00 CONCERT: 

Bach, Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring 

(from Cantata no. 147) 
Jacques, Cantata Singers, Jacques 
Orchestra 
London LPS 161 (4) 

Telemann: Concerto in F for three 

violins and strings 

Gendre, Wallez, Larorque, violins; 
Boulay, harpsichord; Douatte, Col- 
legium Musicum of Paris 
Nonesuch H-1109 (18) 

Mozart: Symphony no. 40 in g, K. 

550 

Bohm, Concertgebouw Orchestra 
Epic LC 3357 (25) 

Bach: Cantata no. 11: "Lobet Gott 

in Seinem Reichem" ( "Ascension 

Oratorio" ) 

Fassbender-Lux, soprano; Mich- 
aelis, alto; Hohmann, tenor; Mid- 
ler, bass; Grisechkat, Swabian 
Choral Singers, Stuttgart Bach Or- 
chestra 
Lyrichord LL34 (34) 

Schumann: Symphony no. 1 in B flat 

("Spring") 

Klemperer, New Philharmonic 
Angel 36353 (36) 

10:00 REPORT TO THE LISTENER by 
KPFA station manager, Alfred Part- 
ridge. ( June 30 ) 

10:15 COMMENTARY by Hal and/or 
Anne Draper. (July 1, 6:45 p.m.) 

10:30 REMINISCENCES OF A REBEL: 
The radio autobiography of Ben Le- 
gere. 

11:00 JAZZ REVIEW with Phil Elwood. 

1:00 THE UTILITY OF THE CON- 
CEPT OF RACE - II: The second 
of the three-part symposium on the 
usefulness and validity of the bio- 
logical and social concepts of race. 
Dr. Theodosius Dobzhansky, a gen- 
eticist with the Rockefeller Institute, 
presides over this discussion of Bio- 
logical Aspects of Race in Man, and 
introduces the panelists, who in- 
clude: Dr. Loren Eiseley, University 
Professor of Anthropology and the 
History of Science, Univ. of Pennsyl- 
vania; Dr. Bentley Glass, Vice Presi- 
dent, State Univ. of New York, Stony 
Brook; Dr. Paul Baker of the Dept. 
of Anthropology, Penn State Univ.; 
Dr. Ernst Mayr, Agassiz Prof, of 
Zoology, Harvard Univ.; and Dr. 
Ethel Tobach and Dr. Margaret 
Mead of the American Museum of 
Natural History. The third session 
will be broadcast Saturday, July 8. 
(WBAI) 

3:15 DEBUSSY: Pelleas et Melisande 

Pelleas Camille Maurane 

Melisande Erna Spoorenberg 

Golaud George London 

Arkel Guus Hoekman 

Genevieve Josephine Veasey 

Yniold Rosine Bredy 

Doctor John Shirley-Quirk 

Shepherd George Kubrack 

Chorus of the Grand Theatre, Ge- 
neva, Orchestra de la Suisse Ro- 
mande, Ernest Ansermet (London 
4379) 



6:00 LAND, WATER, AND POWER 
MONOPOLY IN CALIFORNIA - 
10: The Private Utility Offensive 
Against Public Power: The conclud- 
ing program in a series produced by 
William Reich, Resource Consultant 
for the California Farmer-Consumer 
Information Committee, and former 
Associate Editor of the California 
Farm Reporter. 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (July 3) 

6:45 COMMENTARY by Robert L. 
Coate, Chairman for Northern Cali- 
fornia of the Democratic Party. (July 
3) 

7:00 SWEDISH PRESS REVIEW 

(BFA) (July 5) 

7:15 MY WORD! The BBC word game. 



•7:45 THE OAKLAND SYMPHONY 
ORCHESTRA - V: This concert, 
recorded Feb. 8, 1967, with assist- 
ance from a grant awarded the Oak- 
land Symphony by the Ford Found- 
ation, includes the West Coast pre- 
miere of the Copland. 

Mozart: Serenade K. 361, for thir- 
teen winds 

Copeland: Short Symphony (no. 2) 
Beethoven: Grosse Fuge, op. 133 
Schumann: Concerto in a for cello 
and orchestra, op 129 

Leonard Rose, cello; Gerhard 
Samuel, Oakland Symphony Or- 
chestra 

10:00 PETULIA - ON LOCATION IN 
SAN FRANCISCO: Claire Clouzot 
interviews members of the produc- 
tion: Dircetor Richard Lester, Pro- 
ducer Ray Wagner, and the stars 
Julie Christie, George C. Scott, and 
Dick Chamberlain, as well as Cine- 
matographer and Publicity Director 
Bob Joseph. (July 18) 

11:15 J. KRISHNAMURTI - Conflict, 
Fear, Death: The fourth of six talks 
given by the world-renowned teacher 
on the problems of living. 
(KPFK) (July 6) (61 min.) 




July 



Monday 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (July 2) 

7:15 FEED-BACK, with Lou Hartman. 

7:30 CONCERT: 

Machaut: Ten secular works 

Cape, Pro Musica Antiqua, Brus- 
sels 

Archive ARC 3032 (22) 
Bach: Cantata no. 12: "Weinen, Kla- 
gen, Sorgen, Zagen" 

Davrath, soprano; Dermota, tenor; 

Rossl-Majdan, alto; Berry, bass; 

Woldike, Wiener Kammerchor, 

Vienna State Opera Orchestra 

Vanguard BG 610 (28) 
Bach: Brandenburg Concerto no. 3 
in G 

von Karajan, Berlin Philharmonic 

DGG 19 976/78 (13) 
Haydn: Symphony no. 103 in E flat 

Beecham, Royal Philharmonic 

Angel 136256 (30) 
Bach: Cantata no. 17: "Wer Dank 
opfert, der presiset mich." 

Wehrung, soprano; Lisken, alto; 

Jelden, tenor; Stampfli, bass; 

Thamm, Windsbacher Knaben- 

chor, Sudwestdeutsches Kammer- 

orchester Pforzheim 

Cantate 651 210 (18) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Robert L. 
Coate. (July 2, 6:45 p.m.) 

9:45 REVIEW OF THE BRITISH 
WEEKLIES (July 1, 7:00 p.m.) 

10:00 LAWRENCE AND BRETT - A 
FRIENDSHIP - X: Dorothy Brett 
continues to read the autobiography 
of her friendship with D. H. Law- 
rence. 

10:30 MUSIC OF THE WARLD'S PEO- 
PLES: Music from Japan, presented 



by the late Dr. Henry Cowell. 
( WBAI ) 

11:00 ESCAPE! with Anthony Boucher. 
(June 30) 

11:30 FROM THE MIDWAY, a series 
from the University of Chicago. To- 
day, Dr. Robert Ebert, Dean of the 
Harvard Medical School, discusses 
"Trends in Medical Education: Chal- 
lenge and Responsibility." 

12:30 A GUITAR RECITAL BY MICH- 
AEL LORIMER: 

Gaspar Sanz: "La Preciosa" and 
"Sequialtera" from Cinq Airs de cour 
(c. 1674) (4) 

Villa-Lobos: Etude no. 8 in c sharp 
(3) 

J. S. Bach: Preludium and Presto 
from Lute Suite no. 3 (7) 
Agusti Grau: Corranda (c. 1929) (3) 
Dowland: Forlorne Hope Fancy 
(c. 1610) (3) 

1:00 HUGHIE: Jason Robards with 
Jack Dodson; The New York pro- 
duction of O'Neill's play directed by 
Jose Quintero. 

2:00 SEARCH FOR SURVIVAL - I - 
The Only Good Indian . . .-. The first 
of four programs on the history, cul- 
ture and present political problems 
of the American Indian. This docu- 
mentary, written by David Ossman, 
sets forth the history of the Original 
Americans and their systematic de- 
struction by European conquerors, 
tinue Mondays at this time. (KPFK) 

3:00 THE METHOD OF THE STUDY 
OF PERSONS: Dr. Bert Kaplan, 
professor of psychology at Cowell 
College, UCSC, delivers one of the 
Professors' Inaugural Lectures at 
Santa Cruz on April 26, 1967. 



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3:45 MISCELLANY 

4:00 THE EXPLOITS OF MOOMIN- 
PAPA— VIII: In which he gives an 
account of the circumstances of the 
Muddler's wedding, further touches 
on the dramatic night when I first 
met Moominmamma, and finally 
writes the remarkable closing words 
of his Memoirs. (WBAI) 

4:30 INDIAN TALES taken from old 
transcriptions made by Jaime An- 
gulo. Production by Marta Bergstres- 



4:45 CONCERT: 

Beethoven: Piano Sonata no. 23 in f, 
op. 57 ("The Appassionata" ) 
Kempff, piano 
DGG LPEM 19 227 (23) 
Davidovsky: Synchronism no. 2 for 
Flute, Clarinet, Violin, and Elec- 
tronic Sounds 

Sollberger, flute; Drucker, clari- 
net; Zukofsky, violin; Martin, 
cello; Guigui, conductor 
Composers Recordings CRI SD204 
(6) 
Bartok: String Quartet no. 4 
Juilliard String Quartet 
Columbia ML 4279 (23) 



Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps 
Steinberg, Pittsburgh Symphony 
Capitol P 8254 (34) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (July 4) 

7:00 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODI- 
CALS with William Mandel, au- 
thority on the U.S.S.R. and author 
of Russia Re-Examined. (July 4) 

7:15 WILLIAM WINTER, well-known 
political analyst, presents his daily 
program on the news. ( KPFK ) 

7:30 WHERE IT'S AT: Reviews and 
interviews about current shows and 
performances in the arts. 

8:00 OPEN HOUR for timely public 
affairs coverage. 

9:00 LOTTE LEHMAN'S FAREWELL 
RECITAL: She sings magnificently 
before an enthusiastic Town Hall 
audience, then stuns the incredulous 
crowd by telling them that they have 
just heard her sing her last New 
York concert. Recorded secretly by 
enterprising fans, the discs were ap- 
proved by Madame Lehman for re- 
lease. William Malloch introduces 
the recital. (KPFK) 



10:15 THE SKILLS OF XANADU; by 
Theodore Sturgeon. Presented by ex- 
press permission of Mr. Sturgeon 
and Galaxy Magazine, the story tells 
of a representative of the expanion- 
ist, imperialistic culture of the planet 
Kit Carson, and his encounter with 
the deceptively pastoral culture of 
Xanadu. (WBAI) (July 5) 

11:00 ACADEMIC FREEDOM IN THE 
UNIVERSITY: Richard Hofstadter, 
Professor of History at Columbia 
University, speaking on the Berkeley 
campus of the University of Cali- 
fornia on April 28, 1967. This is the 
second talk from the public convo- 
cation of the Berkeley Division of 
the Academic Senate. 

11:30 THE MOVIES - Otto Preminger: 
Bob Sitton talks with Preminger 
about "Hurry Sundown," about Pre- 
minger's battle with the Production 
Code over "The Man With the 
Golden Arm," with the Legion of 
Decency over "The Moon is Blue" 
and with the American Legion over 
"Exodus." (WBAI) 

12:00 KING BISCUIT WEST with 
Michael Chechik and ED Denson. 



July 



4 



Tuesday 



8:00 KPFA NEWS (July 3) 
8:30 CONCERT: 

Bach: Cantata no. 19: "Es erhub sich 

ein Streit" ( Michaelmas cantata ) 
Weber, soprano, Fischer, Alto; 
Krebs, tenor; Schey, bass; Leh- 
man, Berliner Mottenchor, Berlin 
Philharmonic 

Beethoven: Symphony no. 8 in F, 

op. 93 

Onnandy, Philadelphia Orchestra 
Columbia M2L 338 (27) 

Gabrielli: Ricecar del Duodecimo 

Tuono; Canzona terza; Canzona 

quarta; Canzon Septimi Toni 
Greenberg, N. Y. Pro Musica 
Decca DL 9419 (8) 

Okesjhem: Three Motets 

Blanchard, Ensemble Instrumental 
et Vocal Roger Blanchard 
Music Guild M-7 (18) 

Berg: Violin Concerto 

Stern, violin; Bernstein, N. Y. Phil- 
harmonic 
Columbia ML 5773 (25) 

Bach-Webern: Ricecar no. 2 from 

The Musical Offering 
Craft Ensemble 
Columbia K41 232 (7) 

10:30 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODI- 
CALS (July 3, 7:00 p.m.) 

11:00 CARL SANDBURG reading. 

11:30 CONCERT: Music from Nigeria 
and the Congo 

Folkways FE 4321 and FE 4477 

12:00 SASH A SHOR: Sophie Stein talks 
with Sasha Shor about his begin- 
nings, careers, global wanderings, 
and about his present occupation, 
the teaching of French Cooking in 
an interview which heralds a new 
series, Cusine Bourgeoise. 
( KPFK ) 



12:30 THE LIBERAL ENEMY AND 
RAMPARTS: A political "happen- 
ing" held recently in Manhattan. 
Participating are Robert Scheer, 
Warren Hinkle, Stanley K. Shein 
baum and Paul Jacobs. 

1:30 MUSIC NOT FOR EXPORT - 
Americans in Moscow— Mostly Sing- 
ers, presented by Joseph Cooper. 
Mattiwilda Dobbs: Recital of Wolf 
and lieder, Spirituals and Creole 
Songs. (MK D 5846/7) 
Tchaikovsky Contest Prize Winners: 
1966— Recordings made in concert 
by Jane Marsh, Veronica Tyler, Si- 
mon Estes, Misha Dichter and Law- 
rence Loesser. ( MK D 018208, 
018247/8, 018250) (KPFK) 
2:30 OUT OF THE YEARS, INTO 
THE YEARS: by Julian Dicken. 
Two young people, struggling to 
make their lives in London — the 
London of counted pennies, determi- 
nation and the memory and regret 
for things past. 

3:45 CHILDREN'S BOOK SAMPLER 
with Ellyn Beaty. (July 8) 

4:00 THE MOWGLI STORIES: by 
Rudyard Kipling. Mowgli's Brothers, 
part I, read by Mary Hanna. 

4:30 CONCERT OF NEW RELEASES 

6:00 CHINESE PRESS REVIEW pre- 
pared by Jeanette Hermes, attorney 
doing research in Chinese law, and 
Janet c alaff, Fellow of the Center 
for Chinese Studies, University of 
California, Berkeley. ( July 6 ) 

6:15 FIRST AMENDMENT - CORE 
OF OUR CONSTITUTION: This 
talk by Dr. Alexander Meikeljohn 
was given originally before a Con- 
gressional committee in Washington. 
(KPFA Archives) 



7:00 COMMENTARY bv Dick Meister, 
labor writer. (July 5) 

7:15 WILLIAM WINTER, political 
analyst, presents his daily proeram 
of comments on the news. ( KPFK ) 

7:30 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE 
U.N. with Betty Pilkington. (WBAI) 
(July 5) 

8:00 GOLDEN VOICES: Anthony 
Boucher presents the Italian dra- 
matic soprano Celestina Boninegna 
(1877-1947) in arias and duets 
from operas by Verdi and Bellini. 
(July 5) 

8:30 RESERVED TIME for short fea- 
tures, discussions, and reviews of 
current interest. 

9:30 CULTURE, EDUCATION AND 
THE CHURCH: President Nathan 
Pusey of Harvard University, speak- 
ing in Berkeley at the Founders' Dav 
Convocation of the Pacific School of 
Religion, which is celebrating its 
100th anniversary. Recorded Oct. 11, 
1966. 
10:15 KARLHEINZ STOCKHAUSEN: 
Kontakte, for piano, percussion, and 
electronic sounds 

Tudor, piano; Caskel, percussion 
The performance will be preceded 
by an excerpt from an interview 
with Mr. Stockhausen, in which 
he discusses the origins and inten- 
tions of the composition. 
11:00 GREGORY MARKOPOULIS, who 
is among the most highly regarded 
of the avant-garde filmmakers, talks 
with Cal Green about his films and 
the reaction to them, film-financing, 
and future project. ( WBAI ) 
12:00 STRUCTURES with John Rock- 
well. 



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7:15 WILLIAM WINTER 
(July 4, 7:15 p.m.) 

7:30 CONCERT: 

Mahler: Das klafiende Lied 

Hoswell, soprano; Chookasian, al- 
to; Petrak, tenor; Mahler, Hart- 
ford Chorale and Symphony Orch. 
Vanguard VSD-2044 (34) 
Sibelius: Symphony no. 1 

Wantanabe, Japan Philharmonic 
Epic SC 6057 (38) 
Bach: Cantata no. 21: "Ich hatte viel 
Bekummernis" ( Cantata for the 
third Sunday after Trinity) 

Weber, soprano; Krebs, tenor; 
Schey, bass; Steins, oboe; Leh- 
mann, Berliner Mottenchor, Berlin 
Philharmonic- 
Archive ARC 3064 (43) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Dick Meister. 

(July 4, 7:00 p.m.) 
9:45 SWEDISH PRESS REVIEW 
(July 2, 7:00 p.m.) 

10:00 LAWRENCE AND BRETT: A 
FRIENDSHIP-XI 

10:30 MUSIC OF THE WORLD'S PEO- 
PLES: Henry Cowell offers a Re- 
prise. (WBAI) 

11:00 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE 
U.N. (July 4, 7:30 p.m.) 

11:30 GOLDEN VOICES 

(July 4, 8:00 p.m.) 
12:00 THE WORLD OF STEPHEN 
LEACOCK-I : Excerpts from "Liter- 
ary Lapses" Part one of a thirteen 
part anthology by John Drainie, pro- 
duced by the Canadian Broadcast- 
ing Co., to be heard regularly on 
Wednesdays at this time. 
12:30 CONCERT: 

Stravinsky: Les Noces 

Allen, soprano; Sarfaty, mezzo- 
soprano; Driscoll, tenor; Oliver, 
bass; Barber, Copland, Foss, Ses- 
sions, piano; Stravinsky, American 
Concert Choir, Columbia Percus- 
sion Ensemble. 
Columbia ML 5772 
1:00 REDIRECTING AMERICAN 
POWER Our Policy on China and 
Vietnam— I: The address of Senator 
George McGovern ( D.— South Da- 
kota ) at the Nation Conference held 
in Los Angeles on February 25, 
1967. He is preceded by James J. 
Storrow Jr., publisher, who opened 
the Conference with a statement of 
its purpose. The next program from 
this conference will be heard next 
Wednesday at this time. (KPFK). 
1:45 THE SKILLS OF XANADU by 
Theodore Sturgeon. 
(July 3, 10:15 p.m.) 
2:30 A CHILD AT CAMP: A program 
from the series "A Chance to Grow," 
from WGBH in Boston. The next 
program in the series will be heard 
next Wednesday at this time. 
3:30 GRASS BLADE JUNGLE; White 

Ants (July 1, 7:15 p.m.) 
4:00 THE MOWGLI STORIES by 
Rudyard Kipling: Mowgli's Brothers, 
part 2, read by Mary Hanna. 



4:30 CONCERT: 

Mozart: Concerto for Flute and Or- 
chestra in D, K. 314 

Marion, flute; Ristenpart, Cham- 
ber Orchestra of the Saar 
Nonesuch H-1126 (20) 
Satie: Socrate (A symphonic drama) 

Alcihiade Violette Journeaux 

Socrates Janine Lindenfelder 

Phedre Simone Pebordes 

The Servant. ...Violette Journeaux 

Phedon Anne-Marie Carpenter 

Leibowitz, Paris Philharmonic 
Esoteric ES-510 (33) 
Schubert: Octet in F, op. 166 

Oistrakh, Bondarenko, violin; Ter- 
ian, viola; Knushevitzsky, cello; 
Gertovich, bass; Sorokin, clarinet; 
Stidel, bassoon: Shapiro, horn. 
Angel 35362 (59) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (July 6) 

7:00 COMMENTARY by Ben Seaver, 
Peace Education Secretary of the 
American Friends Service Committee 
of Northern California. (July 6) 

7:15 WILLIAM WINTER, political 
analyst, presents his daily program 
of comments on the news. ( KPFK ) 

7:30 OUT OF DOORS with Karl 
Schwenke. (July 6) 



7:45 JAZZ ARCHIVES with Phil El- 
wood (July 7) 
8:30 OPEN HOUR for timely public 

affairs coverage. 
9:30 A RECITAL BY THE CARMIR- 
ELLI QUARTET WITH GUITAR- 
IST JULIAN BREAM: From the 
16th Aldeburgh Festival of Music 
and the Arts: 

Haydn: Quartet in D for guitar, vio- 
lin, viola and cello 
Ravel: Quartet in F (BBC) 

10:15 FORBUSH AND THE PEN- 
GUINS: A play for radio, adapted 
by Graham Billings from his novel, 
with electronic music prepared by 
Robin Maconie. This production was 
the New Zealand Broadcasting Cor- 
poration's entry for the 1966 Italia 
prize, and was recorded in New 
Zealand for the North American 
Broadcasting Company. 

11:15 THE ROLE OF THE UNIVER- 
SITY IN A DEMOCRATIC SO- 
CIETY: John Kenneth Galbraith, 
Professor of Economics at Harvard 
University, speaking on the Berke- 
ley campus of the University of 
California on April 28, 1967. 
(July 20) 

12:00 COCONUT CROVE with Jon 
Cott. 




July 



Thursday 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (July 5) 

7:30 CONCERT: 

Haydn: Divertimento in E flat 
Wind Group of the Vienna Sym- 
phony 
Music Guild M-59 (10) 

Bach: Cantata no. 29: "Wir danken 

Gott, Gott wir danken Dir" 

Davrath, soprano; Dermota, tenor; 
Rossl-Majdan, alto, Berry, bass; 
Woldike, Wiener Kammerchor, 
Vienna State Opera Orchestra. 
Vanguard BG 610 (25) 

Mozart: Symphony no. 36 in C 

( "Linz" ) 

Klemperer, Philharmonia Orches- 
tra Angel 36128 (29) 

Bach: Cantata no. 31: "Der Himmel 

Lacht" 

Sailer, soprano; Bence, contralto; 
Braun, tenor; Messthaler, string 
bass; Milde, oboe d'amore; Gall- 
ing, harpsichord; Couraud, Ba- 
roque Chorus and Ensemble of 
Stuttgart. 
Columbia ML 5342 (21) 

Brahms: Symphony no. 3 in F, op. 

90 

Walter, Vienna Philharmonic 
Odeon 6341 (31) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Ben Seaver. 
(July 5, 7:00 p.m.) 



9:45 CHINESE PRESS REVIEW. 
(July 4, 6:00 p.m.) 

10.00 LAWRENCE AND BRETT: A 
FRIENDSHIP - XII 

10:30 THE ENGLISH AND SCOTTISH 
POPULAR BALLADS: F. J. Child 
Ballads sung by Ewan MacColl. 
Folkways FG 3511 

11:00 OUT OF DOORS 
(July 5, 7:30 p.m.) 

11:15 IT'S ONLY MONEY: A. J. Falick, 
management consultant, begins a 
new series of weekly programs com- 
prising news of the business world, 
special features, interviews, and cur- 
rent developments on the Stock Ex- 
change. (KPFK) 

11:30 J. KRISHNAMURTI: Conflict, 
Fear Death (July 2, 11:15 p.m.) 

12:30 CONCERT: 

Vivaldi: Concerto Grosso in d, op. 
3, no. 8 

Milstein, Morini, violins; Chamber, 

Orchestra 

Angel 36006 (11) 
Schumann: Violin Concerto in d 

Szeryng, violin; Dorati, London 

Symphony 

Mercury SR90406 (28) 



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1:15 FROM PLEDGE TO PERFORM- 
ANCE: Whitney M. Young, Jr., Ex- 
ecutive Director of the National Ur- 
ban League, speaking at the sixth 
annual conference of the California 
Council for Social Studies on April 
7, 1967, at Sacramento. 

2:30 MUSIC IN AMERICA 

(July 1, 10:00 p.m.) 
4:00 THE MOWGLI STORIES by 
Rudyard Kipling: Kaa's Hunting, 
part 1, read by Mary Hanna. 
4:30 CONCERT: 

Rrahms: Zigeunerlieder, op. 103 
Rumbry, mezzo-soprano; Peschko, 
piano DGC LPM 18889 (25) 
Cowell: Mosaic Quartet (Third String 
Quartet) 

(A manipulation, by KPFA's 
Michael Romanov, of the perform- 
ance by the Reaux Arts String 
Quartet on CRI 173, as specified 
in the directions of the score ) (26) 
Chopin: Piano Concerto no. 2 in f, 
op. 21 

Istomin, piano; Ormandy, Phil- 
adelphia Orchestra 
Columbia ML 5495 (32) 
6:00 CALENDAR OF EVENTS with 

Joe Agos. (July 7) 
6:30 KPFA NEWS (July 7) 
7:00 COMMENTARY by Dr. J. E. 
Pournelle, Associate Professor of His- 
tory and Political Science at Pepper- 
dine College in Los Angeles. 
(KPFK) (July 7) 
7:15 WILLIAM WINTER, well-known 
political analyst, in his daily com- 
ment on the news. ( KPFK ) 
7:30 IN THE DAYS OF VAUDE- 
VILLE — V: Continuing Ryron Bry- 
ant's series of programs using origi- 
nal historic recordings by famous 
personalities. Tonight, English and 
Scots Vaudeville. (July 7) 

8:00 CURRENT CINEMA: Claire 
Clouzot presents a program of dis- 
cussion and criticism of the movies. 

8:30 THE CHURCH AND SINCER- 
ITY: Professor Hans Kung, speaking 
in Berkeley October 11, 1966, at the 
Founders' Day Convocation of the 
Pacific School of Religion. Dr. Kung 
is with the University of Tubingen in 
Germany, where he is Director of 
the Institute for Ecumenical Research. 

9:45 A MOBILE FOR HAUBEN- 
STOCK-RAMATI: An exploration 
into the character and work of the 
exceptional avant-garde composer. 
Roman Haubenstock-Ramait often 
has employed mobiles in forming 
his own works— therefore, it is into 
a mobile that Robert Moran has 
combined his impressions of the 
composer and examples of his music. 

10:45 OPERATION BOOTSTRAP - II 
Self -Concepts: Myth and Mirror: A 
fifty-man delegation from Operation 
Bootstrap continues a discussion of 
the perceptions, true and false, that 
blacks and whites have about Ne- 
groes. (CSDI) 

11:15 OTIS "DOC" MARSTON'S 
GRAND CANYON: Doc Marston, 
Grand Canyon pioneer, talks with 
Karl Schwenke and Colin Fletcher 
about his life and wanderings in the 
great gorge. (July 17) 

11:45 JURA-PARIS ROAD with Charles 
Shere. 



July 



Friday 




7:00 KPFA NEWS (July 6) 

7:30 CONCERT: 

Bach: Cantata no. 34: "O ewiges 

Feuer, o Ursprung der Liebe" 

Wolf-Matthaus, alto; Rotzsch, 
tenor; Eriksen, bass; Zickler, trum- 
pet; Doormann, Chamber Orches- 
tra and Choir of Christ's Church, 
Mainz Cantate 11 03 (21) 

Mozart: Oboe Quartet in F, K. 370 
Gomberg, oboe; Galimir, violin; 
Banat, viola; Kouguell, cello 
Decca DL 9618 (15) 

Haydn: Symphony no. 104 in D 
Markevitch, Orchestre des Con- 
certs Lamoureux 
Epic LC 3725 (26) 

Bach: Cantata no. 43: "Gott fahret 

auf mit Jauchzen" 

Sailer, soprano; Hellmann, alto; 
Krebs, tenor; Stampfli, bass; Wer- 
ner, Schutz Chorale of Heilbronn, 
Pforzheim Chamber Orchestra 
Epic LC 3876 (24) 

Bartok: Piano Concerto no. 1 

Serkin, piano; Ormandy, Philadel- 
phia Orchestra 
Columbia ML 5805 (24) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by J. C. Pour- 
nelle. (July 6, 7:00 p.m.) 
9:45 MALVINA REYNOLDS SPEAKS 
PROSE 

10:00 LAWRENCE AND BRETT: A 
FRIENDSHIP - XIII 

10:30 MUSIC OF THE WORLD'S PEO- 
PLES presented by the late Dr. 
Henry Cowell. (WBAI) 

11:00 CALENDAR OF EVENTS (July 
6, 6:00 p.m.) 

11:30 IN THE DAYS OF VAUDE- 
VILLE (July 6, 7:30 p.m.) 

12:00 MUSIC OF JEAN DUBUFFET: 
The painter composes with the elec- 
tronic medium. ( WBAI ) 

12:30 PROFILE OF ELIE WIESEL - 
VI: Readings are presented in this 
program from Elie Wiesel's sixth 
book, entitled The Jews of Silence. 
(WBAI) 
1:00 THE PSYCHE AND ITS PRO- 
CESSES - I: Dr. Ira Progof r , psy- 
chotherapist and author, does re- 
search on the social, creative and 
spiritual aspects of individual per- 
sonality. In this first of a series of 
talks, he discusses unlived potential, 
dialogue relationships, and the ex- 
perimental life. ( KPFK ) 
2:15 DEBUSSY: Images, Book I 
Rosen, piano 
Epic LC 3945 

2:30 THE MOVIES - Arthur Kleiner: 
Mr. Kleiner reminisces about his 28 
years as silent film accompanist for 
the Museum of Modern Art, and of- 
fers his opinions on the films he has 
seen and the scores he has played. 
(WBAI) 

3:00 JAZZ ARCHIVES (July 5, 7:45 
p.m.) 

4:00 THE MOWGLI STORIES by 
Rudyard Kipling: Kaa's Hunting, 
part 2, read by Mary Hanna. 



4:30 MUSIC OF THE ITALIAN MAS- 
TERS presented by Frank De Bellis: 
Manfredini: Concerto in F, op. 3, 
no. 8. Musici Virtuosi di Milano 
Frescobaldi: Capriccio di durezze 

Leonhardt, harpsichord 
Ruffo: "Adoramus Te" 

Renaissance Chorus; Brown 
Vivaldi: Concerto in g minor, p. 402 
New York Woodwind Quintet 
Members 
Dall'Abaco: Concerto in B flat 
Edwin Fischer Chamber Orches- 
tra 
Boccherini: Symphony in C major 

Scarlatti Orchestra; Caracciolo 
Clementi: Trio in D major, op. 32, 
no. 2 Trio di Bolzano 

Respighi: "II Tramonto" 

Jurinac, soprano. Barylli Quartet 
Zandonai: Colombian Overture 
Italian Radio Symphony; Tansini 
6:00 INDIA-PAKISTANI PRESS RE- 
PORT prepared by Aditya Mukerji, 
graduate student in economics at San 
Francisco State College. ( July 8 ) 
6:15 MISCELLANY 
6:30 KPFA NEWS 

7:00 COMMENTARY by Caspar Wein- 
berger, attorney and former assem- 
blyman. (July 8) 
7:15 WILLIAM WINTER, well-known 
political analyst, in his daily com- 
ment on the news. ( KPFK ) 
7:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER 
by KPFA station manager, Alfred 
Partridge. ( July 9 ) 
•7:45 THE 16th CENTURY DANCE 
BAND: Late in May, Professor 
George Houle and the Stanford Uni- 
versity Renaissance-Baroque Ensem- 
ble visited KPFA and recorded a 
concert of 16th century wind music. 
The music is joyous and Mr. Houle's 
comments on it and its times are 
equally delightful. Playing the 
shawms and crumhorns are George 
Houle, Lyle Nordstrum, Patricia 
Nordstrum, and Herbert Meyers. 
8:15 OPEN HOUR for timely public 

affairs coverage. 
9:15 MUSIC OF INDIA presented by 

Aditva Mukerji. (July 11) 
9:45 THE CHALLENGE OF OUR 
TIME - CONSERVATIVE SOCIAL 
HABITS VERSUS REVOLUTION- 
ARY TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE 
— I — The Challenge: Historian Ar- 
nold Toynbee in the first of two lec- 
tures at Stanford University in April 
of this year. The second lecture will 
be broadcast July 10 at 10:30 p.m. 
10:45 AN EVENING WITH BORIS 
KARLOFF AND HIS FRIENDS: A 
program of original soundtracks from 
Universal studio's greatest monster 
movies, narrated by Boris Karloff. 
(Jn)v 12) 
11:30 TURNED ON: Dick Schaap, au- 
thor of Turned On, the story of the 
Friede-Grenshaw narcotics case of 
1966, and narcotics detective Ray 
Imp discuss the mase. ( WBAI ) 

12:00 LATE-NIGHT CLASSICAL MU- 
SIC 



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July 



Saturday 



8:00 CONCERT: 

Bach: Cantata no. 45: "Es 1st dir 
gesagt, Mensch, was Rut ist" (for 
the 8th Sunday after Trinity ) 

Archive 73145 (21) 
Telemann: Concert for recorder, 
Gamha, Strings, and Basso Continno 
Schmidtmann, recorder, Berg, 
Consortium Musicum 
Mace MS 9020 (18) 
Bach: Cantata no. 46: "Schauet 
doch und sehet" 

Sydney, alto; Cuenod, tenor; Per- 
nerstorfer, bass; Stracker, trum- 
pet; Sternberg, Vienna Symphony 
Orchestra and Chamber Choir 
Bach Guild BC 503 (20) 
Stravinsky: Persephone 

Zorina, narrator; Robinson, tenor; 
Stravinsky, N. Y. Philharmonic, 
Westminister Choir 
Columbia ML 5196 (54) 

10:30 CHILDREN'S BOOK SAMPLER 
(July 4, 3:45 p.m.) 

10:45 COMMENTARY by Caspar Wein- 
berger. (July 7, 7:00 p.m.) 

11:00 INDIA-PAKISTANI PRESS RE- 
PORT (July 7, 6:00 p.m.) 

11:15 WHATEVER BECAME OF . . . 
ADOLPH A. BERLE? part 2: Mr. 
Berle, to whom Whitaker Chambers 
made the first of his famous revala- 
tions, talks with Richard Lamparski 
about his career in the U.S. State 
Department. (WBAI) 

11:45 MISCELLANY 

12:00 THE PREACHING OF THE 
WORD - II: The Glory of the Re- 
surrection: The Very Reverend James 
S. Stewart in the second of the 1967 
Earl Lectures which are presented 
annually by the Pacific School of 
Religion. The third lecture will be 
broadcast next Saturday noon. 

1:00 MOZART: Divertimento no. 9 in B 
flat, K. 240 

Vienna Philharmonic Wind Group 
Westminister W-9061 

1:15 THE UTILITY OF THE CON- 
CEPT OF RACE - III: The last 
session of the three part symposium 
on the usefulness and validity of the 
biological and social concepts of 
race. Dr. Hudson Hoagland, of the 
Worcester Foundation for Experi- 
mental Biology, presides over this 
session on Social and Psychological 
Aspects of 'Race' and introduces the 
participants, who include: Dr. 
Dwight Ingle, Chairman of the Dept. 
of Physiology, Univ. of Chicago; Dr. 
Morton H. Fried, Chairman of the 
Dept. of Anthropology, Columbia 
Univ.; Dr. Irwin Katz of the Dept. 
of P c ychology, Univ. of Michigan; 
Dr. Gloria Marshall of die Dept. of 
Psychology, New York University; 
Dr. Theodosius Dobzhansky of the 
Rockefeller Institute; and Dr. Jerry 
Hirsch of the Dept. of Psychology, 
Univ. of Illinois. Dr. Margaret Mead 
summarizes the results of the sym- 
posium. (WBAI) 



3:45 VILLA-LOBOS: Bachianas Brasil- 
ieras no. 5 

de Los Angeles, soprano; Villa-Lo- 
bos, Ensemble 
Angel 35547 

4:00 THE DEATH OF CHRISTO- 
PHER MARLOWE. Some forty 
years ago Dr. Hotson, the distin- 
guished Shakespearean scholar, 
solved one of the greatest mysteries 
of literature— who killed the Eliza- 
bethan dramatist, Christopher Mar- 
lowe. (BBC) 

4:30 STRAVINSKY: Renard 

Shirley, Driscoll, tenors; Murphy, 
baritone; Gramm, bass; Koves, Cim- 
balom; Stravinsky, Columbia Cham- 
ber Ensembl" Columbia ML 5772 

4:45 THE TRAGICAL HISTORY OF 
DR. FAUSTUS: Stenhen Murray, 
Esme Percy and Baliol Holloway 
perform in Chirstopher Marlowe s 
play. 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS 

6:45 COMMENTARY by Rev. Hazaiah 
Williams, Jr., Pastor of the Church 
for Today in Berkeley and director 
of Today'? Artists Concerts. (July 9) 

7:00 REVIEW OF THE BRITISH 
WEEKLIES (BBC) (July 10) 

7:15 CRASS BLADE JUNGLE - The 
Praying Mantis: Her beauty, her skill 



as a huntress, her accomplishments 
as a mother, her short-comings as a 
mate. (BBC) (July 12) 

7:45 CHINA IN THE WORLD COM- 
MUNITY: Arnold Toynbee, noted 
historian and currently Visiting Pro- 
fessor of History at Stanford Univer- 
sity, talks with Hans Morgenthau, 
Professor of Political Science at the 
University of Chicago. The program 
was recorded May 23, 1967, by 
KZSU at Stanford. (July 18) 

8:45 AN INTERVIEW WITH JEAN- 
CLAUDE ELOY: In this interview 
conducted by Howard Hersh, Jean- 
Claude Eloy, a young French com- 
poser currently on the faculty of the 
University of California, discusses 
the plight of the artist, describes the 
state of musical life in France, and 
introduces two of his works— Macles 
and Equivalences. The latter is con- 
ducted by Pierre Boulez. 

9:30 HOW PLEASANT TO KNOW 
MR. LEAR: Five voices join forces 
to give a concert reading of the less 
well-known works of Mr. Edward 
Lear, including the "Nonsense Cook- 
ery" and the curious "Ecologue." 
(WBAI) (July 13) 

10:00 THE SINISTER POTATO: Folk 
music and lore, past and present, 
explored by Rosalie Sorrels and 
friends. (July 13) 

11.00 THE LEGAL AND MORAL AS- 
PECTS OF URBAN HOUSING: 
Saul Alinskv, speaking at Sacramento 
City College on April 5, 1967. (July 
11) 

12:15 ALL-NICHT JAZZ with Dan Mc- 
Closky. 



9 



July 



Sunday 



8:00 CONCERT: 

Vivaldi: Concerto for Guitar and 

Strings in C 

Aubin, guitar; Douatte, Collegium 
Musicum of Paris 
Nonesuch H-1018 (9) 

Bach: Cantata no. 56: "Ich will den 

Kreuzstab gerne tragen" 

Pernerstorfer, bass; Mayerhofer, 
oboe; Pinkham, cembalo; Stern- 
berg, Vienna Chamber Choir, Vi- 
enna Symphonv Orchestra 
Bach Guild BG 502 (24) 

Handel: Harpsichord Concerto no. 1 

in g 

Marlowe, harpsichord; Marlowe, 
Baroque Chamber Orchestra 
Decca DL 10020 (23) 

Bach: Cantata no. 65: "Sie werden 

aus Saba alle kommen" 

Reichelt, soprano; Topper, alto; 
Krebs, tenor; Kelch, bass; Werner, 
Heinrich Schutz Chorale of Heil- 
bronn, Pforzheim Chamber Or- 
chestra Epic BC 1261 (19 

Beethoven: Symphony no. 7 in A, 

op. 92 

Weingartner, Vienna Philharmonic 
Columbia E7L-55 (34) 
10:00 REPORT TO THE LISTENER 

(July 7, 7:30 p.m.) 



10:15 COMMENTARY by Rev. Hazaiah 
Williams, Jr. (July 8, 6:45 p.m.) 

10:30 EQUIPMENT REPORT with R. 
S. McCollister. 

11:00 JAZZ REVIEW with Phil Elwood. 

1:00 AN INTERVIEW WITH ANN- 
ETTE ROSENSHINE: Miss Rosen- 
shine, now 86, was a childhood 
friend of Alice B. Toklas in San 
Francisco. This program deals mainly 
with her relationship with Gertrude 
Stein and Alice Toklas. 

2:00 RUSH TO JUDGMENT: Wit- 
nesses to the Kennedy assassination 
are questioned by Mark Lane. The 
program is narrated by Emile de An- 
tonio. (Vanguard VRS-9242) 

2:45 TCHAIKOVSKY: The Oprichnik 

Molchan Mitkov V. Tyutyunik 

Zhenchuzheny Aleksei Korolyov 

Natalya N. Rozhdestvenskaya 

Zakharevna A. Kleshcheva 

Fyodor Basmanov ....Z. Dolukhanova 
Andrei Morozov ....Dmitri Tarkhov 
Boyarina Morozova....L.. Legostayeva 

Vyazmensky K. Polyayev 

USSR State Radio Orchestra and 
Chorus, Aleksandr Orlot 
Melodia D-09827/29 



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5:45 FRED EXNER, conservative, ra- 
diologist, and jazz buff, in a pro- 
gram of opinion. ( KRAB ) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (July 10) 

6:45 COMMENTARY by Lewis F. 
Sherman, Berkeley attorney and Re- 
publican State Senator from the 8th 
District. (July 10) 

7:00 SWEDISH PRESS REVIEW 

(BFA) (July 12) 

7:15 MY WORD! The BBC word game. 

*7:45 THE OAKLAND SYMPHONY - 
VI: This concert, originally given in 
March, 1967, includes a performance 
of a student composition by the 



twentieth-century master, Anton We- 
bern. The broadcast is possible due 
to a Developmental Grant from the 
Ford Foundation ot the Oakland 
Symphony: 

Webern: Imsommerwind (1940) 

Wagner: Siegfried Idyll 

Webern: Six Pieces for Orchestra, 

op. 6 (1909) 

Lalo: Symphonie Espagnole, op. 

21 

Isaac Stern, violin; Gerhard 
Samuel, the Oakland Symphony 

9:30 BRONOWSKI ON LEONARDO: 
Dr. Jacob Bronowski, scholar, scien- 
tist and humanist, talks about Leon- 
ardo da Vinci, his personality and 
his work. (KPFK) 



10:30 SENATOR CHARLES PERCY: 
The Republican Senator from Illi- 
nois, speaking on Sproul Hall steps 
on the Berkeley campus, May 15, 
1967, under the auspices of the In- 
trafraternity Council of the Univer- 
sity of California. This program was 
heard on Open Hour May 15, 1967. 

11:00 MUSIC NOT FOR EXPORT: 
Americans in Moscow— Van Cliburn: 
Presented by Joe Cooper: 
Rachmaninoff: Piano Sonata Num- 
ber Two (MK D06843) 

Liszt: Piano Sonata (MK D 06841/2) 
Both selections were recorded during 
a recital by Van Cliburn in Moscow 
in June, 1960. (KPFK) (1 hr.) 



July 



Monday 




7:00 KPFA NEWS (July 9) 

7:15 FEED BACK with Lou Hartman 

7:30 CONCERT: 

Bach: Cantata no. 67: "Hold in Af- 
fection Jesus Christ" 

Ferrier, contralto; Herbert, tenor; 

Jacques, Cantata Singers and Jac- 
ques Orchestra 

London LPS 161 (16) 
Vivaldi: Suite from // Pastor Fido 

Douatte, Collegium Musicum of 

Paris 

Nonesuch H-1018 (13) 
Bach: Cantata no. 68: "Also hat Gott 
die Welt geliebt" 

Grummer, soprano; Adam, bass; 

Thomas, Thomanerchor, Gewand- 

hausorchester 

Odeon E 80 609 (19) 
Beethoven: Concerto no. 5 in E flat 
for piano and orchestra ( "The Em- 
peror" ) 

Casadesus, piano; Mitropoulos, 

N.Y. Philharmonic 

Columbia ML 5100 (36) 
Mendelssohn: Symphony no. 4 in A, 

op. 90 ("The Italian") 

Szell, Cleveland Orchestra 

Epic LC 3859 (28) 
9:30 COMMENTARY by Lewis F. 

Sherman (July 9, 6:45 p.m.) 
9:45 REVIEW OF THE BRITISH 
WEEKLIES (July 8, 7:00 p.m.) 
10:00 LAWRENCE AND BRETT: A 

FRIENDSHIP - XIV 
10:30 MUSIC OF THE WORLD'S PEO- 
PLES: A musical miscellany pre- 
sented by the late Dr. Henry Cowell. 
(WBAI) 
11:00 FROM THE MIDWAY: A series 
from the University of Chicago: Dr. 
William Broston, Resident Physician 
at the Menninger Institute in To- 
peka, Kansas, speaks on "The Stu- 
dent Role in Social Change." 

12:00 EVENINGS ON THE ROOF: 

Continuing the Schoenberg Series: 
Johannes Brahms: Piano Quartet in 
g, arranged as a symphony by Ar- 
nold Schoenberg 

Robert Craft, Chicago Symphony 
Orchestra 
Schoenberg: Two Songs, op. 1 
Donald Gramm; Glenn Gould, ac- 
companist 



1:00 CO-OPS FIT OUR TIMES: A talk 
with Jerry Voorhis, before the Palo 
Alto Go-op Membership on February 
23, 1967. Mr. Voohris draws on his 
own experiences as Executive Direc- 
tor of the Co-op League of the U.S. 
from 1948 to date, and on his know- 
ledge of 123 years of self-help 
through Co-operatives. 

1:30 CONCERT: 

Schonberg: String Quartet no. 3, op. 
30 

Pro Arte Quartet Dial 4 

2:00 SEARCH FOR SURVIVAL - II: 
Oh, Make It Mean Something: A 
survey of the culture and history of 
the Hopi Indians of Arizona, includ- 
ing field recordings with leaders and 
spokesmen. ( KPFK ) 

2:45 CONVERSATION WITH SLON- 
IMSKY ABOUT CHARLES IVES: 

The famed musical factotum, Nicho- 
las Slonimsky, author of A Lexicon 
of Musical Invective and editor of 
Baker's Biographical Dictionary, 
chats with KPFK's Music Director, 
William Malloch, about the music 
and personality of Charles Ives. 
(KPFK) 

3:45 MISCELLANY 

4:00 THE MOWGLI STORIES: by 
Rudyard Kipling: Kaa's Hunting, 
part 3, read by Mary Hanna. 

4:30 INDIAN TALES taken from tran- 
scriptions made several years ago at 
KPFA by Jaime de Angulo, repro- 
duced by Marta Bergstresser. 



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4:45 CONCERT: 

Schumann: Scenes from Childhood, 
op. 15 Badura-Skoda, piano 

Westminister W-9342 ( 17 ) 
Bartok: String Quartet no. 1 
Fine Arts Quartet 
Concert-Disc CS 501 (30) 
Dvorak: Symphony no. 3 in E flat, 
op. 10 

Smetacek, Prague Symphony 
Artia ALP- 136 (37) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (July 11) 

7:00 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODI- 
CALS with William Mandel, widely 
recognized authority on the U.S.S.R. 
and author of Russia Re-Examined . 
(July 11) 

7:15 WILLIAM WINTER, well-known 
political analyst, in his daily com- 
ments on the news. (KPFK) 

7:30 WHERE IT'S AT: Reviews and 
interviews about current shows and 
performances in the arts. 

8:00 OPEN HOUR for timely public 
affairs coverage. 

9:00 THE COMPOSER: Robert Moran 
continues this series devoted to in- 
troducing KPFA's audience to the 
composers of the Bay Area. Mr. 
Moran discusses himself and his mu- 
sic. Recordings of his works will be 
heard. 
10:00 THE MOVIES with Bob Sitton: 
An interview with Fred Baker and 
Jim Salter, co-directors of Filmstage, 
a production facility for independent 
filmmakers in New York. (WBAI) 

10:30 THE CHALLENGE OF OUR 
TIME: CONSERVATIVE HABITS 
VS. REVOLUTIONARY TECHNO- 
LOGICAL CHANGE - II: The 
Struggle: The second of two lectures 
by historian Arnold Toynbee at San- 
ford University April 25, 1967. 
(July 28) 

11:30 MODERN GREEK POETRY read 
by Thanasis Maskaleris: Maskaleris, 
a poet himself, reads translations of 
the poetry of a group of modern 
Greek poets, including Cavafy and 
Seferis. (July 19) 

12:00 KING BISCUIT WEST with 
Michael Chechik and ED Denson. 



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7:00 KPFA NEWS (July 10) 
7:30 CONCERT: 

Adam de la Halle: The Play of 
Robin and Marion 

Cape, Pro Musica Antiqua 
Archive 14018 APM (8) 
Bach: Cantata no. 70: "Wachet, be- 
tet, seid bereit allezeit" 

Felbermayer, soprano; Wein, alto; 
Welfing, tenor; Foster, bass; Pro- 
haska, Choir of Bach Guild, Vien- 
na State Opera Orchestra 
Bach Guild BG 524 (30) 
Bartok: Concerto for Orchestra 
Dorati, London Symphony 
Mercury MG50378 (32) 
Beethoven: Symphony no. 6 in F, 
op. 68 ("The Pastorale") 

Walter, Philharmonic Orchestra 
Columbia ML 4010 (41) 
9:30 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODI- 
CALS (July 10, 7:00 p.m.) 
10:00 LAWRENCE AND BRETT: A 

FRIENDSHIP - XV (Conclusion) 
10:30 NORTH INDIAN CLASSICAL 
MUSIC: The BBC presents a pro- 
gram of classical North Indian music 
played by Pandit Ravi Shankar, si- 
tar, Ustad Ali Akbar Khan, sarode; 
and Ustad Alia Rakha, tabla. ( BBC ) 
11:00 CUISINE BOURGEOISE: Sasha 
Shor, culinary artist, raconteur, and 
teacher at U.C.L.A. Extension of 
"Continental Foods and Culture," 
presents the first session in a n f> w 
series on French Cooking. ( KPFK ) 
11:30 THE FABRIC OF EXPRESSION: 
Dr. Maurice Natanson, professor of 
philosophy at Cowell College, Uni- 
versity of California at Santa Cruz, 
and director of U.C.S.C.'s summer 
program for adults, Methuselah I, 
speaking at Santa Cruz in one of the 
Professors' Inaugural Lectures on 
April 12, 1967. 
12:30 MUSIC OF INDIA (July 7, 9:45 
p.m.) 
1:00 THE PROBLEM OF IDENTITY 
- I: The Crisis of Will: The first of 
a series of four lectures given by 
Rollo May at the New School for 
Social Research in New York in 
March of 1967. The series will con- 
tinue Tuesdays at 1:00. (WBAI) 
2:15 HAYDN: Symphony no. 33 in C 

Winograd, Philharmonia Orchestra 
of Hamburg M-G-M E3436 

2:30 THE LEGAL AND MORAL AS- 
PECTS OF URBAN HOUSING 
(July 8, 11:00 p.m.) 
3:45 CHILDREN'S BOOK SAMPLER 

with Ellyn Beaty. (July 15) 
4:00 THE MOWGLI STORIES by 
Rudyard Kipling: How Fear Came 
to the Jungle, part 1, read by Mary 
Hanna. 
4:30 CONCERT OF NEW RELEASES 
6:00 GERMAN PRESS REVIEW with 
Harold Reynolds, graduate student 
in German at San Francisco State 
College. (July 13) 
6:15 MISCELLANY 
6:30 KPFA NEWS (July 12) 



7:00 COMMENTARY by Sidney Roger, 
Bay Area journalist and radio com- 
mentator, specializing in labor af- 
fairs. (July 12) 

7:15 WILLIAM WINTER, well-known 
political analyst, in his daily com- 
mentary on the news. ( KPFK ) 

7:30 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE 
U.N. with Betty Pilkington. 
(WBAI) (July 12) 

8:00 GOLDEN VOICES: Anthony 
Boucher presents the Welsh-Ameri- 
can tenor Evan Williams ( 1867- 
1918) in his specialties of oratorio 
and opera-in-English. (July 12) 

8:30 MISCELLANY 

8:45 LIVE STUDIO CONCERT 

We present clarinetist Dale Polissar 
and pianist Patricia Caballero in a 
concert, live from Studio C. They 
will perform Berg's Four Pieces for 
Clarinet and Piano (1913); Brahms' 
Sonata for Clarinet and Piano; 
Schonberg's Piano Suite, op. 25; Mr. 
Polissar's Colloquy for Clarinets, for 
clarinet and tape; and Schumann's 
Fantasiestucke for clarinet and piano. 

9:45 A NEW FOREIGN POLICY FOR 
THE UNITED STATES: Hans J. 
Morgenthau, Professor of Political 
Science and Modern History at the 
University of Chicago, speaking at 
Stanford University on May 23, 
1967. 
10:45 HAYDN: Sijmphony no. 80 in d 
Scherchen, Vienna Svmphony 
Westminister XWN 18614 
11:00 THE EXAMINED LIFE: Mean- 
ing and Contemporary Art: Barry 
Schwartz speaks with Joe PhiliDS, 
Alfred Leslie, and Sidney Tillin. Mr. 
Philips is a "hard core" abstraction- 
ist painter and teacher of painting 
and design. Mr. Leslie, previously an 
abstractionist, has become a painter 
of the figure. Mr. Sidney Tillin is the 
critic for Art Forum, a teacher at 
Bennington and a painter. ( WBAI ) 
12:00 STRUCTURES with John Rock- 
well. 



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7:00 KPFA NEWS (July 11) 
7:30 CONCERT: 

Okeghem: Four Chansons: Petite 
Camusette; Ma bouche rit, et ma 
pensee pleure; Ma maistresse et ma 
plus grande amye; Fors seulement 

Cape, Pro Musica Antiqua 

Archive ARC 3052 (20) 
Handel: Concerto Grosso in b, op. 6, 
no. 12 I Musici 

Epic LC 3644 (16) 
Bach: Cantata no. 76: "Die Himmel 
erzahlen die Ehre Gottes" 

Riechelt, soprano; Topper, alto; 

Krebs, tenor; Kelch, bass; Werner, 

Schutz Chorale of Heilbronn, 

Pforzheim Chamber Orchestra 

Epic LC 3851 (36) 
Beethoven: Violin Concerto in D, 
op. 61 

Szigeti, violin; Dorati, London 

Symphony 

Mercury MG50358 (45) 



9:30 COMMENTARY by Sidney Roger. 

(July 11, 7:00 p.m.) 
9:45 SWEDISH PRESS REVIEW 
(July 9, 7:00 p.m.) 

10:00 ANAIS NIN reading from her 
diary. 

10:30 MUSIC OF THE WORLD'S 
PEOPLES presented by the late Dr. 
Henry Cowell. (WBAI) 

11:00 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE 
U.N. (July 11, 7:30 p.m.) 

11:30 GOLDEN VOICES 
(July 11, 8:00 p.m.) 

12:00 THE WORLD OF STEPHEN 
LEACOCK - II: Excerpts from 
Nonsense Novels (1911) and Be- 
hind the Beyond (1913). This is 
part two of a 13-part Anthology by 
John Drainie, produced by the 
Canadian Broadcasting Co. 

12:30 CONCERT: 

Mozart: String Quartet in C, K. 465 
("The Dissonant") Barchet Quartet 
VOX VBX 14 
1:00 REDIRECTING AMERICAN 
POWER: Our Policy on China and 
Vietnam — II: From the California 
Conference on National Priority 
Number One called by the Nation, 
we present the talk given there by 
Senator Mark Hatfield ( R. Oregon). 
(KPFK) 
1:30 AN EVENING WITH BORIS 
KARLOFF AND HIS FRIENDS 
(July 7, 10:45 p.m.) 
2:30 FROM HIGH SCHOOL TO 
COLLEGE: A program from the 
series A Chance To Grow, from 
WGBH in Boston. 
3:30 GRASS BLADE JUNGLE: The 
Praying Mantis (July 8, 7:15 p.m.) 
4:00 THE MOWGLI STORIES by 
Rudyard Kipling: How Fear Came to 
the Jungle, part 2, read by Mary 
Hanna. 

4:30 CONCERT: 

Bach: Concerto for Two Violins in d 
Milstein, Morini, violins; Cham- 
ber Orchestra 
Angel 36006 (16) 
Debussy: Preludes — Book II 
Gieseking, piano 
Columbia ML 4538 (37) 
Bartok: Sonata for Two Pianos and 
Percussion 

Farnadi, Antal, piano; J. Schwartz, 
O. Schwartz, percussion 
Westminster XWN-19064 (25) 
Beethoven: Sfring Quartet no. 16 in 
F, od. 135. Budapest String Quartet 
Columbia M5L 277 (25) 
6:15 MISCELLANY 
6:30 KPFA NEWS (July 13) 
7:00 COMMENTARY by Robert Tide- 
man, director of the Henry George 
School of Social Science in San 
Francisco. ( July 13 ) 

7:15 WILLIAM WINTER, well-known 
political analyst, in his daily pro- 
gram of comments on the news. 
(KPFK) 

7:30 CONSERVATION REPORT with 
Kittie A. Brodsky. Mrs. Brodsky is 
a member of the Sierra Club, Save 
the Redwood Association, Save San 
Francisco Bay Association, and 
SPUR ( San Francisco Planning and 
Urban Renewal Association). She 
has been active in the San Francisco 
Bay Chapter Sierra Club Conserva- 
tion Committee since 1965. (July 13) 



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7:45 MODERN JAZZ SCENE with 

Phil Elwood. (July 14) 
8:30 OPEN HOUR for timely public 

affairs coverage. 
9:30 THE PROPRIETOR, a play for 
radio by Alistair Campbell, pro- 
duced for the North American 
Broadcasting Corporation by the 
New Zealand Broadcasting Com- 
pany. In this modern version of the 
Greek legend, Persephone and Pluto 
try to rent a room in a private hotel. 
You know the kind of place: cows 
in the broom closet, views out the 
window that keep changing, a hospi- 
tal bed 14 stories high, a three- 
headed dog. etc. ( July 24 ) 

10:00 A RECITAL BY YEHUDI MEN- 
UHIN, MAURICE GENDRON, & 
BENJAMIN BRITTEN from the 
16th Aldenburgh Festival of Music 
and the Arts: 

Beethoven: Trio in D (The "Ghost" 
Trio) 

Schubert: Nocturne in E flat 
Mozart: Trto in G, K. 564 
(BBC) 

11:00 OPERATION BOOTSTRAP-IV: 
Let The Rage Uncoil: A personal 
account from Gene Hoffman about 
her visit to Operation Bootstrap. 
(CDSI) 

11:30 RACE, POVERTY, AND PEACE: 
Dr. Benjamin F. Payton, Executive 
Director of the Dept. of Social Jus- 
tice of the National Council of 
Churches, in a talk at Stanford 
University Mav 4, 1967. He is in- 
troduced by Rev. Napier, Dean of 
the Stanford Chapel. 

12:00 COCONUT GROVE with Jon 
Cott. 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (July 12) 
7:30 CONCERT: 

Franck: Sonata in A for Violin and 
Piano 

Francescati, violin Casadesus, piano 
Columbia ML 4178 (27) 
Corelli: Sonata in d, op. 5, no. 12 
("La Follia") 

Grehling, violin; Wenzinger, cello, 
Neumayer, harpsichord 
Archive ARC 3008 (12) 
Bach: Cantata no. 79: "Gott, der 
Herr, ist Sonn und Schild" 

Weber, soprano; Fisrher, alto; 
Krebs, tenor; Schey, bass; Leh- 
mann, Berlin Motet Choir, Berlin 
Philharmonic 
Archive ARC 14005 ( 17 ) 
Mozart: Concertone, K. 190, for two 
violins, oboe, and cello 

Hurwitz and Goren, violins; 
Graeme, oboe; Weil, cello; Davis 
English Chamber Orchestra 
L'Oiseau-Lyre OL 50199 (29) 
Bach: Cantata no. 80: "Ein' feste 
Brug ist unser Gott' 

Reichelt, soprano; Topper, alto; 
Krebs, tenor; Kelch, bass; Werner, 
Schutz Chorale of Heilbronn, 
Pforzheim Chamber Orchestra 
Epic LC 3857 (30) 
9:30 COMMENTARY by Robert Tide- 
man. (July 12, 7:00 p.m.) 
9:45-CERMAN PRESS REVIEW 

(July 11, 6:00 p.m.) 
10:00 READER'S THEATRE: Eleven 
Sons by Franz Kafka, read by Erik 
Bauersfeld. 
10:30 SOUTH INDIAN CLASSICAL 
MUSIC performed by Shrimati M.S. 
Subbulakshmi, voice; Professor Vis- 
wanathan, flute; and Palghat Raghu, 
drums. (BBC) 
11:00 CONSERVATION REPORT 

(July 12, 7:30 p.m.) 
11:15 IT'S ONLY MONEY: A. J. Falick, 
management consultant, discourses 
on the world of economics, business 
and finance. (KPFK) 
11:30 RECOLLECTIONS OF THE 
ABRAHAM LINCOLN BRIGADE: 
Steve Nelson, political commissar 
with the Abraham Lincoln Brigade 
talks about the Spanish Civil War 
from 1936 through 1938. Harold 
Quigley, Leader of the Ethical Cul- 
ture Society of Los Angeles, is his 
host. (KPFK) 

12:30 CONCERT: 

Mozart: Quintet in D, K. 593 

Barchet Quartet; Kessinger, viola 
XOX VBX 3 

1:00 SOCIAL STUDIES TEACHERS 
IN A CHANGING SOCIETY: Dr. 
Neil V. Sullivan, Supt. of Schools, 
Berkeley, speaking at the 6th Annual 
meeting of the California Council 
for the Social Studies at Sacramento. 

2:00 HOW PLEASANT TO KNOW 
MR. LEAR (July 8, 9:30 p.m.) 

2:45 THE SINISTER POTATO 
July 8, 10:00 p.m.) 

3:45 MISCELLANY 



4:00 THE MOWGLI STORIES by 
Rudyard Kipling: Tiger! Tiger!, part 
1, read by Mary Hanna. 
4:30 CONCERT: 

Brahms: Piano Quintet in f, op. 34 
Julliard Quartet; Fleisher, piano 
Epic LC 3865 (38) 
Bartok: Deux Images, op. 10 

Lehel, Hungarian Radio Sym- 
phony Artia ALP 124 (15) 
Scriabin: Piano Concerto in f sharp, 
op. 20 

Bashkirov, piano; Kondrashin, 
USSR State Radio Orchestra 
Artia ALP 168 (26) 
6:00 CALENDAR OF EVENTS with 

Joe Agos. (July 14) 
6:30 KPFA NEWS (July 14) 
7:00 COMMENTARY by Robert Pickus, 
founder of the World Without War 
Council, Senior Associate of the 
Center for War-Peace Studies, and 
member of the Executive Board of 
the Northern California Committee 
for a Sane Nuclear Policy. ( July 14 ) 
7:15 WILLIAM WINTER, well-known 
political analyst, in his daily pro- 
gram of comments on the news. 
(KPFK) 
7:30 ART REVIEW with John Fitz- 

Gibbon. (July 14) 
8:00 WHERE IT'S AT: Reviews and 
interviews about current shows and 
performances in the arts. 
8:30 A CONCERT FROM THE 
AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR EAST- 
ERN ARTS presented in San Fran- 
cisco on May 6. 1966: 
Mitsuhashi Kenko: Miya-no-V guisu 

Namino Torii, koto and voice 
Anonymous (c. 1700): Hachidan 
Namino Torii, koto kaete; Minoyu 
Otaka, koto honte 
Anonymous: Hachigaeshi 
Kodo Araki, shakuhachi 
Kikuoka Kengyo: Kajimakura 

Namino Torii, shamisen and voice: 
Minoyu Otaka, koto; Kodo Araki. 
shakuhachi 
Kinichi Nakanoshima: Sekihciki-no- 
Fu 

Namino Torii, koto and voice: 

Minoyu Otaka, koto and voice: 

Kodo Araki, shakuhachi 

9:30 CARL BRADEN'S OPINIONS: 

The Executive Director of the 

Southern Conference Educational 

Fund discusses with Elsa Knight 

Thompson his views on a variety of 

subjects, including the present civil 

rights picture and the political scene 

in the South. 

10:30 WOMEN BEWARE WOMEN: 

by Thomas Middleton. (BBC) 
12:00 JURA-PARIS ROAD with Charles 
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7:00 KPFA NEWS (July 13) 

7:30 CONCERT: 

Anonymous: from Las Cantigas de 

Santa Maria del Rey Alfonso el 

Sabio (Prologo; nos. 7, 97, 36, 261, 

330) 

Oberlin, counter-tenor; Ladone, 

lute 

Experiences Anonymes EA-0023 

(19) 

Debussy: Sonata no. 2 for Flute, 

Viola, and Harp 

VVanausek, flute; Weiss, viola; Jel- 

linek, harp 

Westminister XWN 18511 (17) 

Bach: Cantata no. 87: "Bisher habt 

ihr nicht gebeten" 

Reichelt, soprano; Topper, alto; 
Krebs, tenor; Kelch, bass; Werner, 
Schutz Chorale of Heilbronn, 
Pforzheim Chamber Orchestra 
Epic 3857 (21) 

Stravinsky: Jeu de Cartes 

Stravinskv, Cleveland Orchestra 
Columbia ML 6049 (22) 

Bach: Cantata no. 104: "Du Hirte 

Israel, hore" 

Sydney, Pernerstorfer, Cuenod, 
soloists; Sternberg, Vienna Sym- 
phony Orchestra, Vienna Chamber 
Choir 
Bach Guild BC 503 (24) 

9:30 COMMENTARY bv Robert Pickus. 
(July 13, 7:00 p.m.) 

9:45 MALVINA REYNOLDS SPEAKS 
PROSE. 

10:00 I STAND HERE IRONING, read 

by the author, Tillie Olsen. 

10:30 MUSIC OF THE WORLD'S 
PEOPLES: Another program of un- 
specified content in the series bv 
the late Dr. Henry Cowell. (WBAI) 

11:00 CALENDAR OF EVENTS 
(July 13, 6:00 p.m.) 

11:30 ART REVIEW 

(July 13, 7:30 p.m.) 



12:00 MUSIC NOT FOR EXPORT: 
Americans in Moscow— Conductors 
and Orchestras: Presented by Joe 
Cooper. 

Stravinsky: Le Sacre du Printemps 
Robert Craft, U.S.S.R. State Sym- 
phony Orchestra 
MK D 010935/6 
Khrennikov: Symphony Number One 
Charles Munch, Boston Symphony 
Orchestra 
MK D 06096 
( KPFK ) 

1:00 THE PSYCHE AND ITS PRO- 
CESSES - II: Dr. Ira Progoff, psy- 
chotherapist and author, discusses 
will, anxiety, depression and hope 
in this second talk of a series given 
before the Philosophical Research 
Society in Los Angeles. (KPFY) 

1:45 HAYDN: Symphony no. 28 in A 
Sterberg, Vienna Symphony 
Haydn Society 1001 (14) 

2:00 THE PSYCHE AND ITS PRO- 
CESSES - III: Dr. Ira Progoff an- 
swers questions raised at the end of 
talk II. These deal with attitudes 
toward the processes of inner de- 
velopment, including those on LSD 
and mother-love. (KPFK) 

2:45 SUBWAY POEMS; PARAPHE- 
NALIA (July 1, 9:45 p.m.) 

3:00 MODERN JAZZ SCENE 
(July 12, 7:45 p.m.) 

3:45 MISCELLANY 

4:00 THE MOWGLI STORIES by 

Rudyard Kipling: Tiger! Tiger! part 
2, read by Mary Hanna. 

4:30 CONCERT OF NEW RELEASES 

6:00 JAPANESE PRESS REVIEW, 
produced by Richard Lock, former 
resident and teacher in Japan, now 
doing graduate work at the Univer- 
sity of California in Berkeley. 
(July 15) 



6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS 

7:00 COMMENTARY by Henry Ander- 
son, public health sociologist, chair- 
man of Citizens for Farm Labor, 
and free-lance speaker and writer. 
(July 15) 

7:15 WILLIAM WINTER, well-known 
political analyst, in his program of 
daily comments on the news. 

7:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER 
with KPFA'S station manager, Al- 
fred Partridge. (July 16) 

7:45 HORIZONTAL YELLOW: Spud 
Johnson, New Mexican poet and 
of poems. 

8:15 OPEN HOUR for timely public 
affairs coverage. 

9:15 A CONCERT FROM THE CER- 
MAN DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC: 
We present a concert of works by 
Beethoven, given January 30, 1967, 
by the Berlin Radio Symphony Or- 
chestra, Heinz Rohner, conductor: 
Overture to Egmont, op 84 
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra 
no. 5 in E flat, op. 73 

Dieter Zechlin, piano 
Symphony no. 3 in E flat, op. 55 

11:00 ESCAPE! with Anthony Boucher. 
(July 17) 

11:30 NEW PROPOSALS FOR AN- 
THROPOLOGISTS: Kathleen 
Cough Aberle, Research Associate 
in Anthropology at the University 
of Oregon, in a talk given before 
a joint meeting of the Southwestern 
Anthropological Association and the 
American Ethnological Society on 
March 24, 1967, in San Francisco. 

12:00 LATE-NIGHT CLASSICAL MU- 
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8:00 CONCERT: 

Bach: Cantata no. 106: "Gottes Zeit" 

Falk, alto; van t'hoff, tenor; Villi- 

sech, bass; Jurgens, Monteverdi 

Choir of Hamburg, Leonhardt 

Consort 

Telefunken SAWT 9443-B (20) 
Mozart: Sinfonia Concertante in E 
flat 

Fuchs, violin; Fuchs, viola; Wald- 

man, Aeterna Chamber Orchestra 

Decca DL 10037 (30) 
Bach: Cantata no. Ill: "Was mein 
Gott, das g'scheh' allzeit" 

Grummer, soprano; Huff gen, alto; 

Rotzsch, tenor; Adam, bass; 

Thomas, Thomanerchor, Gewand- 

hausorchester 

Odeon 80 609 (22) 
Mahler: Des Knaben Wunderhorn 

Forrester, contralto; Rehfuss, bass; 

Prohaska, Symphony Orchestra of 

the Vienna Festival 

Vanguard VRS-1113 (52) 

10:30 CHILDREN'S BOOK SAMPLER 
(July 11, 3:45 p.m.) 

10:45 COMMENTARY by Henry Ander- 
son. (July 14, 7:00 p.m.) 

11:00 JAPANESE PRESS REVIEW 
(July 14, 6:00 p.m.) 

11:15 WHATEVER BECAME OF . . . 
ILONA MASSEY? The dazzling 
beauty was brought to Hollywood 
from her native Hungary in the late 
Thirties as a threat to Jeannette 
MacDonald. (WBAI) 

11:45 MISCELLANY 

12:00 THE PREACHING OF THE 
WORD - III: The Mystery of the 
Hereafter: The Very Rev. James S. 
Steward in the third and final of his 
1967 Earl Lectures, presented by 
the Pacific School of Religion. The 
program was recorded February 2, 
1967, at the First Congregational 
Church in Berkeley. 

1:00 YOUNG: 42 for Henry Flint 
Peter Winkler, gong ( 17 ) 

1:15 THE POLICE AND THE CON- 
STITUTION: A panel discussion on 
"Eavesdropping and the Right of 
Privacy" at the 2nd annual Walter 
Perry Johnson Institute on Law & 
Politics, March 4, 1967, at Boalt 
Hall, U.C., Berkeley. Panel mem- 
bers are Henry Ruth, Deputy Di- 
rector, National Crime Commission; 
Coleman Blease, Legislative Advo- 
cate, Southern California A.C.L.U.; 
Leo H. Jones, president of Labor 
Laboratories which manufactures se- 
curity counter-measure equipment to 
detect industrial espionage; and Wil- 
liam Turner, staff writer of Ram- 
parts and former FBI agent. 

3:00 THE MOVIES: A NEW DISTRI- 
BUTION CENTER: Bob Sitton 
talks with Shirley Clarke, director 
of The Connection and The Cool 
World and a member of the govern- 
ing body of the Filmmakers Distrib- 
ution Center, and Lou Brigante, Ex- 



ecutive Director of the Center, about 
the organization (WBAI) 

4:00 MUSIC IN SHAKESPEARE'S 
ENGLAND: A program of Eliza- 
bethan secular music by John Dow- 
land, William Holbourne, and others. 
It is performed by the Purcell sing- 
ers, Julian Bream, guitarist, and the 
Bream Consort of Viols. (BBC) 

4:30 LUV by Murray Shisgal: The orig- 
inal Broadway production, directed 
by Mike Nichols: 

Milt Manville Eli Wallach 

Harry Berlin Alan Arkin 

Ellen Manville Anne Jackson 

( Columbia ) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 
6:30 KPFA NEWS 

6:45 COMMENTARY by Henry Ram- 
sey, Richmond attorney. (July 16) 

7:00 REVIEW OF THE BRITISH 
WEEKLIES (BBC) (July 17) 

7:15 GRASS BLADE JUNGLE: 
Beetles: Their busy life as scaven- 
gers, their admirable qualities as 
parents, their hardihood and per- 
sistence and their adventurous life 
histories. (BBC) (July 19) 

7:45 CASTRO'S CUBA, CUBA'S FI- 
DEL: An interview with Lee Lock- 
wood, a photo-journalist whose book 
of the above title has just been pub- 
lished by Macmillan. The book is 
based on a 7-day personal interview 
with Fidel Castro. Mr. Lockwood 
discusses Cuba's revolutionary soci- 
ety and the role of Castro in the 
revolution, past and present. The in- 
terviewers are Professor David Stern, 
who has an extensive background 
in Latin American affairs, and Al 
Silbowitz. (July 24) 

9:00 MOZART: Srn'ng Quartet in C, 
K.170 Barchet Quartet 

VOX VBX-12 

9:15 DIVISION STREET: AMERICA 
Tlje people of the best selling book 
(published by Pantheon) come alive 
as their chronicler, Studs Terkel, tells 
about them with affection. Meet the 
hood Kid Pharoah, the status seeking 
Bircher, socialite Mrs. R. Fuqua 
Davies, Sister Evelyn the emascu- 
lated nun, and others. Recorded in 
Chicago, on May 9, 1967, by KPFA 
volunteer, Gene De Alessi. (July 21) 

•10:15 TCHAIKOVSKY'S ROMANCES 
— II: Lawrence Jackson introduces 
seven Tchaikovsky songs, sung by 
Galina Vishnevskaya, Giorgi Nelepp, 
Sergei Lemeshev, and Pavel Lisit- 
sian. This program was scheduled 
in May, but pre-empted by the 
Marathon. 

10:45 MUSIC IN AMERICA with Chris 
Strachwitz. (July 20) 

12:00 ALL-NIGHT JAZZ with Dan Mc- 
Closky. 




Terra Cotta, 1905 




Early Grotesque, Zurich, 1921 




Alice B. Toklas, Paris, 1928 

Above is the work of Annette Rosenshine 
who will be heard in an interview on 
Sunday, July 9 at 1 p.m. 



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Sunday 



8:00 CONCERT: 

Schubert: Fantasia in C for piano 

and violin, op 159 

Francescati, violin; Bagnoli, piano 
Columbia ML 6229 (23) 

Mozart: Divertimento in C, K. 188 
von Zallinger, Salzburg Wind En- 
semble Dover HCR-5223 (11) 

Bach: Cantata no. 122: "Das Neu- 

gerborne Kindelein" 

Opawsky, soprano; Rossi-Majdan, 
alto; Kmentt, tenor; Hermann, 
bass; Gielen, Vienna Chamber 
Choir, Vienna State Opera Or- 
chestra 
Bach Guild BG 523 (15) 

Haydn: Concerto no. 4 in F for two 

recorders and orchestra ("The Lira 

Concerto" ) 

Angerer, Trotzmuller, recorders; 
Angerer, Chamber Orchestra 
Amadeo 6237 (17) 

Bach: Cantata no. 133: "Ich freu 

mich in Dir" 

Opawsky, soprano; Rossl-Majdan, 
alto; Kmentt, tenor; Hermann, 
bass; Gielen, Vienna Chamber 
Choir, Vienna State Opera Or- 
chestra 
Bach Guild BG 523 (24) 

Mozart: Symphony no. 29 in A, K. 

201 

von Karajan, Berlin Philharmonic 
Deutsche Grammophon 39002 
(21) 
10:00 REPORT TO THE LISTENER 

(July 14, 7:30 p.m.) 

10:15 COMMENTARY by Henry Ram- 
sey. (July 15, 6:45 p.m.) 

10:30 REMINISCENES OF A REBEL: 
The radio autobiography of Ben 
Legere. 

11:00 JAZZ REVIEW with Phil Elwood. 



1:00 J. KRISHNAMURTI: Mind-re- 
newal, Meditation, Loving: The fifth 
of six talks on problems of living 
by the world-renowned teacher, 
given at Ojai, California, in the FalJ 
of 1966. (KPFK) (July 25) 

2:00 THE RETURN: A musical sound 
image of a poem by Alistair Camp- 
bell, with electronic music com- 
posed by Douglas Lilburn. This 
program is from the New Zealand 
Broadcasting Corporation, through 
the facilities of the North American 
Broadcasting Corporation. 

2:30 MOUSSORGSKY: Boris Godounov 
Boris, Pimen, 

Varlaam Boris Christoff 

Marina, Feodor Eugenia Zareska 

Gregory Nicolai Gedda 

Xenia Ludmilla Lebedeva 

Shnisky, Missaoal, Boyar 

Khruschoff Andre Bielecki 

Stchelkaloff, Pangoni Kim Borg 

Hostess of the Inn, 

Xenia's Nurse ...Lydia Romanova 

Idiot Wassily Pasternak 

Police Officer Stanislav Pieczova 

Court Boyar Gustav Ustinov 

Lavitsky Raymond Boute 

Chernikovsky Eugene Bousguet 

Choeurs Russe de Paris, Orches- 

tre National de la Radiodiffusion 

Francaise, Issay Dobrowen 

RCA LM-6403 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (July 17) 

6:45 COMMENTARY by Roy Kepler, 
long active in the peace movement. 
(July 17) 

7:00 SWEDISH PRESS REVIEW 
(BFA) (July 19) 



7:15 MY WORD! The BBC word game. 

•7:45 THE OAKLAND SYMPHONY 
ORCHESTRA - VII: A mixed con- 
cert of solo, orchestral and choral 
music written between 1760 and 
1964, broadcast thanks to a grant of 
Developmental Funds to the Oak- 
land Symphony from the Ford Foun- 
dation : 

Wagner: Prelude and Love-death 
from Tristan und Isolde 
Haydn: Concerto for cello and or- 
chestra in C 

Joanna de Keyser, cello 
Motoyuki Takahashi: Aspen Con- 
certante for brass instruments and 
percussion 
Schubert: Mass in G 

Delcina Stevenson, soprano; Pat- 
rick Daugherty, tenor; George 
Baker, bass; the Oakland Sym- 
phony Chorus 
Luigi Nono: Memento— Epitafio no. 
3 for speaking chorus and orchestra 
Ann Graber, speaker; the Oak- 
land Symphony Chorus directed 
by Joseph Liebling; Gerhard Sam- 
uel, the Oakland Symphony 

9:45 NATIONAL GUARDIAN CHINA 
FORUM held at Town Hall, New 
York City, on March 23, 1967: The 
chairman is Mr. Jim Aronson, Edi- 
tor of the National Guardian. Panel- 
ists are Dr. Jonathan Merskey, Ass't. 
Prof, of Chinese Studies at Dart- 
mouth College; Prof. Franz Schur- 
mann, Director of the Far East In- 
stitute, University of California, 
Berkeley; and Mr. William Hinton, 
farmer and author of Fanshen. 
( 2 hrs. ) 




July 



Monday 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (July 16) 

7:15 FEED-BACK with Lou Hartman. 

7:30 CONCERT: 

Dufay: Vergine bella; Vexilla regis; 

Flos florum; Veni creator; Alma 

Redemptoris Mater 

Cape, Pro Musica Antiqua 
Archive ARC 3003 (23) 

Telemann: Quartet in d for winds 

and continuo 

von Sparr, recorder; Schaeffer, 
flute; Tottcher, oboe; Tauscher, 
bassoon; Koch, gamba; Gerwig, 
lute; Gorvin, harpsichord 
Archive AR 3043 (16) 

Bach: Concerto in F for 2 recorders, 

harpsichord, and strings 

Duschenes, Goldberg, recorders; 
Bechsnsteiner, harpsichord; Pail- 
lard, Leclair Instrumental Ensem- 
ble 



Musical Heritage MHS 535 (18) 
Bach: Cantata no. 168: "Gott soil 
allein mein Herze haben" 

Heynis, contralto; van der Horst, 
Chorus of the Netherlands Bach 
Society, Netherlands Chamber 
Orchestra Epic LC 3683 (30) 
Bartok: Divertimento for Strings 
de Stoutz, Zurich Chamber Or- 
chestra 
Vanguard VRS 1086 (24) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Roy Kepler. 

(July 16, 6:45 p.m.) 

9:45 REVIEW OF THE BRITISH 

WEEKLIES (July 15, 7:00 p.m.) 
10:00 FROM BEOWULF TO VIR- 
GINIA WOOLF - I: An unauthor- 
ized history of English literature 
based on source material compiled 
by Robert Manson Meyers, delivered 
by Bernard Mayes. 



10:30 MUSIC OF THE WORLD'S 
PEOPLES presented by the late 
Dr. Henry Cowell. (WBAI) 

11:00 ESCAPE (July 14, 11:00 p.m.) 

11:30 FROM THE MIDWAY: Malcolm 
C. Rivkin, Director of the Depart- 
ment of Urban and Regional Devel- 
opment of Robert R. Nathan Asso- 
ciates, Inc., in Washington, D.C., 
discusses "The City of Tomorrow." 
This series comes to us from the 
University of Chicago. 

12:30 SUSHIL MUKERJEE: Music 
From North India: A program of 
music interspersed with talk about 
North Indian Music versus Western 
Music. Sushil Mukerjee is accompan- 
ied on the bansuri and tambura by 
Jon Benford of the Winsor Mountain 
School, Lenox, Mass.: 



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Yemen Kalyan, a North Indian Rag 

(classical) (evening rag) 

Shiva Ronjioni, pentatonic scale 

( classical ) 

Boatman Song Patiali (folk) 

Song (folic) (WBAI) 

2:00 SEARCH FOR SURVIVAL - III: 
Squatter's Wrongs: An up-to-the- 
minute documentary on the Indian's 
current political situation, produced 
from field recordings made in the 
States of California, Washington, 
and Arizona. (KPFK) 

3:00 MOZART: String Quartet in F, K. 
168 Barchet Quartet 

VOX VBX-12 (14) 

3:15 OTIS "DOC" MARSTON'S 
GRAND CANYON (July 6, 11:15 
p.m.) 

4:00 THE MOWGLI STORIES by 
Rudyard Kipling: Letting In The 
Jungle, part 1, read by Mary Hanna. 

4:30 INDIAN STORIES from tran- 
scriptions made several years ago at 
KPFA by Jaime de Angulo, re-pro- 
duced by Marta Bergstresser. 

4:45 CONCERT: 

Tchaikovsky: Sonata in G, op. 37 
("Grand Sonata") Richter, piano 

Monitor MC 2034 (31) 
Debussy: String Quartet in g, op. 10 
Stuyvesant Quartet 
Nonesuch H-1007 (26) 
Schumann: Konzertstuck for Piano 
and Orchestra in G, op. 92 

Boutry, piano; Ristenpart, Cham- 
ber Orchestra of the Sarre 
Nonesuch H-1044 (17) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (July 18) 

7:00 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODI- 
CALS with William Mandel, au- 
thority on the U.S.S.R. and author 
of Russia Re-Examined. (July 18) 

7:15 WILLIAM WINTER, well-known 
political analyst, presents his pro- 
gram of daily comments on the 
news. 

7:30 WHERE IT'S AT 

8:00 OPEN HOUR 

9:00 LADY DAY:Eight years after death, 
the mystique of the "Lady with the 
Gardenia" is probed by Dizzy Gill- 
espie and Lena Home in San Fran- 
cisco, Studs Terkel in Chicago, and 
Frank Schiffman at Harlem's Apollo 
Theater. Unexpurgated passages 
from her autobiography, Lady Sings 
The Blues, (Doubleday) are voiced 
by Lillian McKinney. Miss Holiday's 
records, including the banned 
"Gloomy Sunday," are featured. 
Narrated by Lloyd Edwards, Bill 
Heyward, Herb Kennedy and Dan 
Sorkin, the program is produced by 
KPFA volunteers Gene and Fabs 
De Alessi. 

11:00 A WHITE SOUTHERNER 
TALKS ABOUT BLACK POWER: 
Carl Braden, executive director of 
the Southern Conference Education 
Fund. 

11:30 TALK WITH TED SHAWN: Ted 
Shawn, talks with Baird Searles 
about his role in the history of 
dance. (WBAI) 

12:00 KING BISCUIT WEST with 
Michael Chechik and ED Denson. 



July 



Tuesday 



18 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (July 17) 

7:30 CONCERT: 

Stravinsky: Monumentum pro Ge- 

sulado Craft, Ensemble 

Columbia KL 5718 (7) 

Bach: Cantata no. 170: "Vergnugte 

Ruh' beliebte Seelenlust" 

Hongen, contralto; Lehmann, Ba- 
varian State Orchestra 
Decca DL 9682 (25) 

Mozart: Quintet for Piano, Oboe, 

Clarinet, Horn, and Bassoon, K. 452 
Gulda, piano; Wind Group of the 

Vienna Philharmonic 

DGG LPM 18638 (22) 

Brahms: Concerto in a for Violin 

and Cello 

Francescatti, violin; Fournier, 
cello; Walter, Columbia Sym- 
phony Columbia ML 5493 (33) 

Bach: Cantata no. 182: "Himmels- 

konig, sei willkommen" 

Heilmann, alto; Krebs, tenor; 
Wenk, bass; Werner, Schutz 
Chorale of Heilbronn, Pforzheim 
Chamber Orchestra 
Epic LC 3876 (29) 

9:30 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODI- 
CALS (July 17, 7:00 p.m.) 

10:00 FROM BEOWULF TO VIR- 
GINIA WOOLF - II 

10:30 CONCERT: Music of Viet Nam 
Tribal Music of the Highland Peo- 
ple, traditional music, and folksongs 
Folkways FE 4352 

11:00 CUISINE BOURGEOISE with 
Sasha Shor, culinary artist, racon- 
teur and teacher of "Continental 
Foods and Culture," at U.C.L.A. 
Extension, in the second of his ses- 
sions on French cooking. ( KPFK ) 

11:30 CHINA IN THE WORLD COM- 
MUNITY (July 8, 7:45 p.m.) 

12:30 CONCERT: 

Stravinsky: Concerto in D for Violin 
and Orchestra 

Schneiderhan, violin; Ancerl, Ber- 
lin Philharmonic DGG 18794 

1:00 THE PROBLEM OF IDENTITY 
— II: When Eros is Separated From 
Sex: The second in a series of four 
lectures by Rollo May, on the loss 
of identity. This series is taken from 
the lectures given at the New 
School for Social Research in March, 
1967. (WBAI) 

2:15 PETULIA: ON LOCATION IN 
SAN FRANCISCO (July 2, 10:00 
p.m.) 

3:30 MISCELLANY 

3:45 CHILDREN'S BOOK SAMPLER 
with Ellyn Beaty. (July 22) 

4:00 THE MOWGLI STORIES by 
Rudyard Kipling: Letting In The 
Jungle, part 2, read by Mary Hana. 

4:30 CONCERT OF NEW RELEASES 



6:00 CHINESE PRESS REVIEW, pre- 
pared by Jeanette Hermes, attorney 
doing research in Chinese Law; and 
Janet Salaff, Fellow of the Center 
for Chinese Studies, University of 
California, Berkeley. (July 20) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (July 19) 

7:00 COMMENTARY by Dr. Arnold 
E. Anthrop, Research Chemist with 
the Radiation Laboratory at the 
University of California, Berkeley. 
(July 19) 

7:15 WILLIAM WINTER, political 
analyst, in his daily program of 
comments on the news. ( KPFK ) 

7:30 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE 
U.N. with Betty Pilkington. (WBAI) 
(July 19) 

8:00 GOLDEN VOICES: To com- 
memorate the recent deaths of the 
librettists of Kurt Weil's Street 
Scene— Elmer Rice and Langston 
Hughes— Anthony Boucher presents 
excerpts from the original produc- 
tion (1947), with Polyna Stoska, 
Anne Jeffreys and Brian Sullivan. 
(July 19) 

8:30 RESERVED TIME for short fea- 
tures, discussions and reviews of 
current interest. 

9:00 THE WINDS OF THE PEOPLE, 
written and produced by Dolores de 
Viznar: a memorial program com- 
memorating the anniversary of the 
Spanish Civil War. Neither drama, 
documentary nor poetry, this curious 
radio form combines elements of all 
three— the poetry drawn from the 
work of fiercely partisan poets such 
as Frederico Garcia Lorca, Miguel 
Hernandez, Pablo Neruda, Nicolas 
Guillen, and others. 

10:30 DAVID AND GOLIATH: An in- 
terview with photo-journalist Lee 
Lockwood concerning his recent 
month-long visit to North Vietnam. 
The interviewer is Al Silbowitz. 

11:00 MUSIC NOT FOR EXPORT: 

Americans in Moscow — Malcolm 
Frager: Presented by Joe Cooper: 
Mozart: Piano Concerto no. 13 
Malcolm Frager, piano; Rudolf 
Barshai, Moscow Chamber Or- 
chestra MK C 0695 
Bartok: Sonata for two pianos and 
percussion 

Malcolm Frager and Valdimir 
Askenazy, pianos; V. Snegirev and 
R. Nikulin, percussionists 
MK D 012632 

12:00 STRUCTURES with John Rock- 
well. 




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July 



Wednesday 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (July 18) 

7:30 CONCERT: 

Bach: Cantata no. 187: "Es wartet 

alles auf dich" 

Reichelt, soprano; Wolf-Matthaus, 
alto; Hudemann, bass; Doormann, 
City Choir of Gottingen, Frank- 
furt Cantata Orchestra 
Cantate 11 03 (26) 

Locatelli: Concerto a Cinque in f, 

op. 1, no. 8 I Musici 

Philips PHM 500-025 (21) 

Bach: Cantata no. 189: "Meine 

Seele ruhmt and preist" 

Rotzsch, tenor; Hellmann, ensem- 
ble Cantate 11 05 K (12) 

Vivaldi: Concerto in C for Piccolo, 

P. 79 

Rampal, piccolo; Paillard, Pail- 
lard Chamber Orchestra 
Musical Heritage MHS 541 (10) 

Mozart: Oboe Concerto in C, K. 

314 

Lardrot, oboe; Prohaska, Vienna 
State Opera Chamber Orchestra 
Vanguard VRS-1060 (13) 

Schumann: Symphony no. 3 in E 

flat ("The Rhenish") 

Walter, NT. Philharmonic 
Columbia ML 4040 (32) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Donald E. 
Anthrop. (July 18, 7:00 p.m.) 

9:45 SWEDISH PRESS REVIEW 
(July 16, 7:00 p.m.) 

10:00 SHADOW by Edgar Allen Poe, 
read by James Mason: There Will 
Conic Soft Rains by Ray Bradbury, 
read by Burgess Meredith. Both 
readings are from Lively Arts Re- 
cordings. 

10:30 MUSIC OF THE WORLD'S 
PEOPLES presented by the late Dr. 
Henry Cowell. (WBAI) 

11:00 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE 
U.N. (July 18, 7:30 p.m.) 

11:30 GOLDEN VOICES (July 18, 

8:00 p.m.) 

12:00 THE WORLD OF STEPHEN 
LE ACOCK - III: From the 13-part 
Anthology by John Drainie. Today 
we present The Wizard of Finance 
(1914). These programs were pro- 
duced by the Canadian Broadcast- 
ing Co. 

12:30 CONCERT: 

Prokofief: Sonata no. 2 for Violin 
and Piano 

Scheiderhan, violin; Seemann, 
piano DGG LPM 18794 

1:00 REDIRECTING AMERICAN 
POWER: Our Policy on China and 
Vietnam: Continuing this series from 
the proceedings of the California 
Conference on National Priority 
Number One under the auspices of 
the Nation, held in Los Angeles on 
February 25, 1967. Edward Mosk 
introduces Senator Eugene McCar- 
thy from Minnesota. This session 
concludes with a question period 
by a panel composed of Robert 



Vaughn, Clifford Phillips, and Ed- 
ward Mosk. (KPFK) 

1:45 MODERN GREEK POETRY 
(July 10, 11:30 p.m.) 

2:15 FROM HIGH SCHOOL TO 
WORK: A program from the series 
A Chance To Crow, from WGBH in 
Boston. 

3:30 GRASS BLADE JUNGLES: Beet- 
ties (July 15, 7:15 p.m.) 

4:00 THE MOWGLI STORIES by 
Rudyard Kipling: Letting In The 
Jungle, part 3, read by Mary Hanna. 

4:30 CONCERT: 

Mozart: Trio in E, K. 542 

Menuhin, violin; Cassado, cello; 

Kentner, piano Angel 35630 ( 20 ) 
Chopin: Scherzo no. 1 in b; Scherzo 
no. 2 in b flat, op. 31; Scherzo no.3 
in c sharp, op. 39; Scherzo no. 4 in 
E, op. 54 Vasary, piano 

DGG LPEM 19451 (38) 
Pergolesi: The Music Master 

The Intimate Opera Society 

Everest 3138/3 (44) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 
6:30 KPFA NEWS (July 20) 
7:00 COMMENTARY by Steve Mur- 
dock, political editor and writer for 
the West Coast publication, The 
People's World. (July 20) 



7:15 WILLIAM WINTER, political 
analyst, presents his daily program 
of comments on the news. (KPFK) 

7:30 OUT OF DOORS with Karl 
Schwenke. (July 20) 

7:45 JAZZ ARCHIVES with Phil El- 
wood. (July 21 ) 

8:30 OPEN HOUR for timely public 
affairs coverage. 

9:30 TAOS AND BRETT: A FRIEND- 
SHIP: Dorothy Brett arrived in 
Taos, New Mexico, in 1924 with 
Frieda and D. H. Lawrence. Last 
summer, nearing her 83rd birthday, 
Brett discusses her life and painting 
with Erik Bauersfeld and John Man- 
chester, director of the Manchester 
gallery in Taos. In this program 
Brett recalls such old acquaintances 
as Queen Victoria, Winston Church- 
ill, Katherine Mansfield and Bertrand 
Russell. 

11:15 A RECITAL BY SVIATOSLAV 
RICHTER AND MSTISLAV ROS- 
TROPOVICH, from the 17th Alde- 
burgh Festival of Music and the 
Arts: 

Brahms: Sonata in e, op. 38 
Grieg: Sonata in a (BBC) 

12:15 COCONUT GROVE with John 
Cott. 




July 



Thursday 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (July 19) 

7:30 CONCERT: 

Monteverdi: Lamento d'Arianna 
Nobel, Netherlands Chamber 
Choir Angel 35667 (14) 

Webem: Four Pieces, op. 7 
Schaeffer, violin; Stein, piano 
Columbia K4L 232 (4) 

Beethoven: Trio no. 7 in B flat 
Cortot, piano; Thibaud, violin; 
Casals, cello 
Angel COLH 29 (37) 

Bach: Cantata no. 201: "Gesch- 

winde, geschwinde, ihr wirbelnden 

Winde" 

Stolte, soprano; Fleischer, alto; 
Rotsch, tenor; Adam, bass; 
Thomas, Thomanerchor, Stadt 
und Gewandhausorchester, Leip- 
zig Archive ARC 73171 (54) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Steve Mur- 
doch (July 19, 7:00 p.m.) 

9:45 CHINESE PRESS REVIEW 
(July 18, 6:00 p.m.) 

10:00 THE MIDNIGHT COURT - I, 
translated by Frank O'Conner from 
the Gaelic poem by Brian Merriman. 
The reading is by Siobhan Mc- 
Kenna. 



10:30 CONCERT: Music of Japan, 
China, and Okinawa 
Folkways FW8745 

11:00 OUT OF DOORS (July 19, 7:30 

p.m.) 
11:15 IT'S ONLY MONEY: A. J. Falick, 

management consultant, speaks on 

the world of economics, business 

and finance. (KPFK) 
11:30 CONSUMER PROTECTION 

(July 20, 8:00 p.m.) 

11:45 THE ROLE OF THE UNIVER- 
SITY IN A DEMOCRATIC SOCI- 
ETY (July 5, 11:15 p.m.) 

12:30 CONCERT: 

Wolf: Morike Lieder— II 

Lear, soprano; Werba, piano 
DGG 18979 

1:00 THE FUTURE OF THE SOCIAL 
STUDIES: A speech given by Dr. 
Max Rafferty, Supt. of Public In- 
struction, State of California. 

1:45 MOZART: String Quartet in G, K. 
156 Barchet Quartet 

VOX VBX-12 (14) 

2:00 GRAFFITI (July 1, 11:15 p.m.) 

2:30 MUSIC IN AMERICA (July 15, 
10:45 p.m.) 



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4:00 THE MOWGLI STORIES by 
Rudyard Kipling: Red Dog, part 1, 
read by Mary Hanna. 

4:30 CONCERT: 

Monteverdi: Ohime, dove il mio 
ben?; Chiome d'oro; 11 hallo dell'in- 
grate; Amor; Ecco mororar I'onde 
Nadia Boulanger, Ensemble (Re- 
corded 1937) 
Angel COHL 20 (21) 
Beethoven: Piano Sonata no. 28 in 
A, op. 101 Badura-Skoda, piano 

Westminister XWN 18617 (20) 
Mendelssohn: Piano Trio no. 1 in d, 
op. 49 

Casals, cello; Thibaud, violin; 

Cortot, piano (Recorded 1929 in 

Spain) Angel COHL 75 (30) 

Stravinsky: Concert in D for string 

orchestra 

Menuhin, Bath Festival Orchestra 
Angel S 36335 (13) 

6:00 CALENDAR OF EVENTS with 
Joe Agos. (July 21) 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (July 21) 

7:00 COMMENTARY by . E. Pour- 
nelle, Associate Professor of History 
and Political Science at Pepperdine 
College in Los Angles. (KPFK) 
(July 21) 

7:15 WILLIAM WINTER in his daily 
program of comments on the news. 
(KPFK) 

7:30 IN THE DAYS OF VAUDE- 
VILLE - VI: Continuing Byron 
Bryant's series of programs using 
original historical recordings by fa- 
mous personalities. (July 21) 

8:00 CONSUMER PROTECTION with 
John Hopkins, education assistant 
for the Consumers' Cooperative. 

8:15 CURRENT CINEMA, prepared 
by Claire Clouzot. 

8:45 SIXTH FESTIVAL OF CON- 
TEMPORARY MUSIC IN TOKYO: 

Minao Shibata: Essays for 6 Brasses 

(5) 

Toshiro Mayuzumi: Pieces for Pre- 
pared Piano and Strings 

Honsho, piano; Iwaki, New Di- 
rections String Quartet ,10) 

Keijiro Sato: Calligraphy for 10 

Strings, No. 2 

Iwaki, Chamber Ensemble of the 
Contemporary Music Festival 
(15) 

Yoshiro Irino: String Trio 

Kobayashi, violin; Edo, violo; 
Kuronuma, cello (11) 

Tohru Takemitsu: Sonant 

Kobayashi, violin; Kuronuma, 
cello; Neguchi, Koide, flute; Ide, 
guitar; Ikeda, Sekizuka, bando- 
neon; Iwaki, conductor (7) 

Shin-ichi Matsushita: veichen 
Iwaki, Chamber Ensemble (11) 
( Recorded by NHK in December, 
1965) 

9:45 BLACK LIKE ME: John Howard 
Griffin, author and lecturer, speak- 
ing at Sacramento City College on 
March 8, 1967. Mr. Griffin is best 
known for his book of several years 
ago, Black Like Me. 

10:45 FROM COCONUT GROVE: Ken- 
neth Anger and Susan Sontag: A 
selection from one of Jon Cott's 
night-shows. 

12:15 JURA-PARIS ROAD with Charles 
Shere. 




Friday 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (July 20) 

7:30 CONCERT: 

Bach: Cantata no. 203: "Amore 

Traditore" 

Mueller, baritone; Eisner, harpsi- 
chord; Reinhardt, Pro Musica Or- 
chestra, Stuttgart 
VOX PL 8980 (15) 

Schubert: String Quartet no. 15 in 

G, op. 161 

Julliard String Quartet 
Epic LC 3860 (46) 

Handel: Harpsichord Concerto in c 
Marlowe, harpsichord, Baroque 
Chamber Orchestra 
Decca DL 10020 (23) 

Mozart: Mass no. 5 in C, K. 167 
Thomann, soprano; de Brandt, 
alto; Krenn, tenor; Neugehauer, 
bass; Grossmann, Academy Cham- 
ber Choir, Orchestra of the Vienna 
Volksoper VOX DL 790 (32) 
9:30 COMMENTARY by Dr. J. E. 

Pournelle. (July 20, 7:00 p.m.) 
9:45 MALVINA REYNOLDS SPEAKS 

PROSE 
10:00 THE MIDNIGHT COURT - II: 

Translated by Frank O'Conner from 

the Gaelic poem by Brian Merriman. 

The reading is by Siobhan Mc- 

Kenna. 
10:30 MUSIC OF THE WORLD'S 

PEOPLES presented by the late 

Dr. Henry Cowell. (WBAI) 
11:00 CALENDAR OF EVENTS (July 

20, 7:30 p.m.) 
11:30 IN THE DAYS OF VAUDE- 
VILLE - V (July 20, 7:30 p.m.) 

12:00 MUSIC NOT FOR EXPORT - 
The Invisible Composer: During a 
shadowy existence, a Greek compo- 
ser, Nikos Skalkottas, poured out 
works which are now slowly making 
him known as one of this century's 
great composers. This program is 
presented by Joe Cooper: 
Octet 

Members of the Melos Ensemble 
String Quartet Number Three 

The Dartington String Quartet 
Eight Variations on a Greek Folk 
Tune 

Robert Masters, violin; Derek 
Simpson, cello; Marcel Gazelle, 
piano HMV ASD 2289 

Fourth Suite for Piano; Passacaglia 
Marika Papaioanou, piano 
Greek Columbia 33 GXK 105 
(KPFK) 

1:00 THE PSYCHE AND ITS PRO- 
CESSES - IV: Dr. Ira Progoff, 
psychotherapist and author, turned 
this session into a dialogue with the 
audience. He discusses electro-shock, 
suffering, growth of consciousness, 
symbol and images in dreams, and 
non-directive hypnosis. Recorded in 
November, 1966. (KPFK) 

2:00 DIVISION STREET: AMERICA 
(July 15, 9:15 p.m.) 

3:00 JAZZ ARCHIVES (July 19, 7:45 
p.m.) 



4:00 THE MOWGLI STORIES by 
Rudyard Kipling: Red Dog, part 2, 
read by Mary Hanna. 

4:30 MUSIC OF THE ITALIAN MAS- 
TERS, presented by Frank De Bel- 
lis: 

Vivadli: Concerto in C major, F VII, 
no. 4. 

Caroldi, oboe; Gli Accademici di 

Milano; Santi 
Nasco: "Tristis est anima mea" 

Treviso Chapel Choir; D'Alessi 
Ruggieri: Sonata Sesta 

Violins, Gamba, Bass, Guitar 
Paganini: Concerto in d minor, no. 4 

Grumiaux, violin; Lamoureux 

Cone. Orchestra, Gallini 
Rossini: La Cambiale di Matrimonio 

S. Cecelia Ace. Orchestra; Bel- 

lezza 
Respighi: "Nebbie" 

de Maria-Petris, soprano 
Davico: "Luna che fa lume" 

de Maria-Petris, soprano 
Longo: La Burla del Pievano Arlotto 

Spagnolo, piano 
Verdi: Battaglia di Legnano Over- 
ture 

Philharmonic Orchestra; Marke- 

vitch 

6:00 INDIA-PAKISTANI PRESS RE- 
PORT, prepared by Aditya Mukerji, 
graduate student in economics at 
San Francisco State College. (July 
22) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS 

7:00 COMMENTARY by George 
Brunn, Judge of the Berkeley-Al- 
bany Municipal Court. (July 22) 

7:15 WILLIAM WINTER presents his 
daily program of comments on the 
news. (KPFK) 

7:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER 
by KPFA's station manager, Alfred 
Partridge. (July 23) 

7:45 THE GOLD SEEKER - The Art 
of Acting: Included in this documen- 
tary on Stanislavsky are the voices 
of Michael Redgrave, Donald 
Wolfit, Sam Wanamaker and Svbil 
Thorndike. (BBC) 

8:15 OPEN HOUR for timely public 
affairs coverage. 

9:15 THE TANGO: Robert Garfias dis- 
cusses the development and diffus- 
sion of the Tango throughout many 
forms and locations. He plays re- 
corded examples showing the various 
guises in which it appears, from 
flamenco to the Tango in Stravin- 
sky's Soldier's Tale. 

10:45 BLACKLISTING - Politics and 
the Arts: The recording of a sym- 
posium held in New York in Janu- 
ary. Panelists include people who 
experienced the blacklist: John 
Henry Faulk, author of Fear on 
Trial; Millard Lampell, writer for 
television, films and the theatre; and 
Ring Lardner, Jr., one of the so- 
called "Hollywood Ten." The sym- 
posium is moderated by the editor 
of Monocle magazine, Victor Nava- 
sky. (WBAI) 

12:15 LATE-NIGHT CLASSICAL MU- 
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8:00 CONCERT: 

Haydn: Concerto for Hurdy-Gurdy 
no. 2 in G 

Ruf, hurdy-gurdy; ensemble 

VOX M 2950 (15) 
Couperin: Concert Royal no. 4 in e 

Rampal, flute; Veyron-Lacroix, 

harpsichord 

Washington WR-407 (13) 
Bach: Cantata no. 204: 'Teh bin in 
mir vergnugt" 

Spieser, soprano; Ewerhart, Wurt- 

temberg Chamber Orchestra, 

Heilbronn 

Turnabout TV 341275 (36) 
Beethoven: Piano Concerto no. 3 in 
c, op. 37 

Fischer, piano; Fricsay, Bavarian 
State Orchestra 

Heliodor H-25001 (35) 
Mahler: Songs of Youth 

Felbermayer, soprano; Graef, 

piano Vanguard VRS-424 (42) 

10:30 CHILDREN'S BOOK SAMPLER 
(July 18, 3:45 p.m.) 

10:45 COMMENTARY by George 
Brunn. (July 21, 7:00 p.m.) 

11:00 INDIA-PAKISTANI PRESS RE- 
PORT (July 21, 6:00 p.m.) 

11:15 WHATEVER BECAME OF . . . 
PRICILLA DEAN? (WBAI) 

11:45 LORRAINE HANSBERRY IN 
HER OWN WORDS: Many of the 
theatre's foremost artists join to 
honor the late playwright with an 
afternoon of readings from her pub- 
lished and unpublished work. Lau- 
ren Bacall, Theodore Bikel, Godfrey 
Cambridge, Morris Carnovsky, Bette 
Davis, Ossie Davis, Ruby Dee, Mel- 
vyn Douglas, Will Geer, Alice 
Ghostley, Jack Gilford, Uta Hagen, 
Julie Harris, E. G. Marshall, Claudia 
McNeil, Ceraldine Page, Sidney 
Poitier, Paul Robeson, Maureen Sta- 
pleton, Rod Steiger, Cicely Tyson, 
Eli Wallach, and Teresa Wright are 
some of the people who partciipate. 
At age 29, Lorraine Hansberry 
achieved recognition with her award- 
winning A Raisin in the Sun. At 
age 34, Miss Hansberry died, dur- 
ing the run of her second play, The 
Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window. 
Heard will be excerpts from the 
large body of work Miss Hansberry 
left — plays, poetry, fiction, criticism 
and autobiography — also favorite 
scenes from the two produced plays 
— as well as tapes of the playwright 
herself. 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS 

6:45 COMMENTARY by Gerald Fei- 
gen, newspaper and magazine writer 
and physician. (July 23) 

7:00 REVIEW OF THE BRITISH 
WEEKLIES (BBC) (July 24) 

7:15 CRASS BLADE JUNGLE: Grass- 
hoppers: Their language of song, 
their unusual mating behavior, their 
curious method of propagation, and 



the struggle of the young grass- 
hopper for life. (BBC) (July 26) 

7:45 MUSIC OF INDIA presented by 
Aditya Mukerji- (July 24) 

8:15 THE POLICE AND THE CON- 
STITUTION - IV: A panel discus- 
sion on A Free Press and the Rights 
of the Accused, which took place at 
the 2nd annual Walter Perry John- 
son Institute on Law & Politics, 
March 4, 1967, at Boalt Hall, Uni- 
versity of Calif., Berkeley. Partici- 
pants were Judge George Brunn 
of the Berkeley Municipal Court; 
Charles Raudbaugh, a reporter for 
the San Francisco Chronicle; Marshall 
Krause, Staff Counsel for the Amer- 
ican Civil Liberties Union of North- 
ern California; and Victor Reed, 



San Francisco attorney, formerly a 
producer for the American Broad- 
casting Company. Moderator was 
Prof. Robert O'Neil of the School of 
Law, U.C. at Berkeley. 

10:00 THE SINISTER POTATO: Folk 
music and lore, past and present, ex- 
plored by Rosalie Sorrels and friends. 
(July 27) 

11:00 CANADIAN SCULPTOR, GE- 
RALD GLADSTONE talks with 
Baird Searles, WBAI's drama and 
literature director, about his three 
enormous works for Expo '67, the 
situation of the arts in Canada and 
their relation to those of the U.S. 
(WBAI) (July 27) 

12:00 ALL-NIGHT JAZZ with Dan Mc- 
Closky. 



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8.00 A WATER CONCERT: 

Handel: Wafer Music (Concerto no. 

25) 

Lehmann, Berlin Philharmonic 
Archive ARC 3010 (45) 

Bach: Cantata no. 206: "Schleicht, 

spielende Wellen" 

Jacobeit, soprano; Matthes, alto; 
Brand, tenor; Villisech, bass; Rieu, 
Monteverdi Choir, Amsterdam 
Chamber Orchestra 
Telefunken 9425-B (42) 

Debussy: La Mer 

Markevitch, Lamoureux Orchestra 
DGC DMG 12040 (25) 

10:00 REPORT TO THE LISTENER 
(July 21, 7:30 p.m.) 

10:15 COMMENTARY by Gerald Fei- 
gen. (July 22, 6:45 p.m.) 

10:30 JEWISH FOLKLORE: Two stor- 
ies by Chaver Paver. Lila Hassid 
reads her English translation, and 
Dr. H. Lewbin reads the Yiddish 
original. 

11:00 JAZZ REVIEW with Phil Elwood. 

1:00 J. KRISHNAMURTI: Seeking, 
Discontent, Beauty: The sixth and 
final talk on problems of living. 
(KPFK) (July 28) 

2:00 YEVGENY YEVTUSHENKO: 
The Russian poet, on his recent tour 
of the United States, read this pro- 
gram of his work on the Berkeley 
campus of the University of Cali- 
fornia in December, 1966. The 
poems are first read in English. 




3:45 BELLINI: / Puritani 

Elvira Maria Callas 

Arturo Giuseppe di Stefano 

Giorgio Nicola Rossi-Lemeni 

Riccardo Rolando Panerai 

Bruno Angelo Mercuriali 

Gualtiero Carlo Forti 

Enrichetta Aurora Cattelani 

La Scala Chorus and Orchestra, 
Tullio Serafin Angel 3502 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (July 24) 

6:45 COMMENTARY by Lewis F. 
Sherman, Berkeley attorney and Re- 
publican State Senator from the 8th 
District. (July 24) 

7:00 SWEDISH PRESS REVIEW 
(BFA) (July 26) 

7:15 MY WORD! The BBC word game. 

"7:45 THE OAKLAND SYMPHONY 
ORCHESTRA - VIII: The final 
concert of the 1966-67 season of 
the Oakland Symphony, broadcast 
thanks to a grant from the Ford 
Foundation to the Orchestra: 
Stravinsky: Fireworks, op. 4 
Ibert: Four Songs on Don Quichotte 

George London, bass-baritone 
Ravel: Pavan pour une Infante de- 
funte 

Massanet: Closing scene from Act 
V of Don Quichotte 

George London, bass-baritone 
Mahler: Symphony no. 1 in D ("Ti- 
tan") 

Gerhard Samuel, the Oakland 

Symphony Orchestra 

9:30 MARTIN LUTHER KING AT 
U.C: Dr. King speaks on Sproul 
Hall steps in Berkeley, May 17, 
1967. This program was heard on 
Open Hour, May 19, 1967. 



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10:45 THE LOVER'S COMPLAINT by 
William Shakespeare: Performed by 
the Marlowe Society and Profes- 
sional Players. 

11:15 A CONCERT OF CONTEMPO- 
RARY MUSIC: 
Webern: Three Songs, op. 25 

Nixon, soprano; Stein, piano (3) 
Webern: Four Songs, op. 13 

Martin, soprano; Craft, Eensemble 
Columbia K4L 232 (6) 
Berio: Circles 

Berberian, soprano; Maderna, En- 
semble (19) 
Stockhausen: Gesang der Junglinge 
Realized at the Cologne Elec- 
tronic Music Studio ( 13 ) 



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PUBLIC AFFAIRS HIGHLIGHTS 

HIGHER EDUCATION IN CALIFORNIA 

July 1 • 9:15 p.m. 
ACADEMIC FREEDOM IN THE 
UNIVERSITY July 3 ■ 11:00 p.m. 
THE ROLE OF THE UNIVERSITY 
IN A DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY 

July 5 • 11:15 p.m. 
NATIONAL GUARDIAN CHINA FORUM 

July 16 • 9:45 p.m. 
CHINA IN THE WORLD COMMUNITY 

July 8 • 7:45 p.m. 
THE CHALLENGE OF OUR TIME: 
CONSERVATIVE SOCIAL HABITS 
VERSUS REVOLUTIONARY 
TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE 

Part 1: July 7 • 9:45 p.m. 

Part 2: July 10 • 10:30 p.m. 
THE CHURCH AND SINCERITY 

July 6 • 8:30 p.m. 
THE UTILITY OF THE CONSTRUCT 



DRAMA AND LITERATURE 

TWO GENTLEMEN OF VERONA 

July 1 • 4:00 p.m. 
HUGHIE July 3 ■ 1:00 p.m. 
LUV July 15 • 4:30 p.m. 
THE WINDS OF THE PEOPLE 

July 18 • 9:00 p.m. 
KENNETH ANGER & SUSAN SONTAG 

July 20 • 10:45 p.m. 
LORRAINE HANSBERRY 

July 22 • 11:45 a.m. 
THE BONDMAN 

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7:00 KPFA NEWS (July 23) 

7:15 FEED-BACK with Lou Hartman. 

7:30 CONCERT: 

Monteverdi: Scherzi Musicali ( Part 

I) 

Cuenod, Bressler, Rondeleux, solo- 
ist; Fuller, harpsichord; Ladone, 
lute; N.Y. Chamber Soloists 
Project PR7001M (17) 

Bach: Brandenburg Concerto no. 1 

in F 

Ristenpart, Chamber Orchestra of 

of the Saar 

Nonesuch HB-3006 (21) 

Monteverdi: Scherzi Musicali— II 

(7) 

Bach: Cantata no. 207a: "Auf, 

schmetternde Tone der muntern 

Trompetan" 

Reichelt, soprano; Lisken, alto; 
Telden, tenor; Wollitz, bass; Kahl- 
hofer, Barmen Choir and Cham- 
ber Orchestra 
Vanguard SRV-231 (30) 

Berg: Suite from Lulu 

Pilarczyk, soprano; Doranti, Lon- 
don Symphony 
Mercury MG50278 (40) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Lewis F. 
Sherman. (July 23, 6:45 p.m.) 

9:45 REVIEW OF THE BRITISH 
WEEKLIES (July 22, 7:00 p.m.) 

10:00 THE ROCKING-HORSE WIN- 
NER by D. H. Lawrence, read by 
Virginia Maynard. 

10:30 MUSIC OF THE WORLD'S 
PEOPLES presented by the late 
Dr. Henry Cowell. 

11:00 CASTRO'S CUBA, CUBA'S FI- 
DEL (July 15, 7:45 p.m.) 

12:15 MUSIC OF INDIA (July 15, 7:45 
p.m.) 

12:45 BLACK PEOPLE AND THE 
WAR IN VIETNAM: A discussion 
under the auspices of The Provi- 
sional Committee for South Los An- 
geles to End the War in Vietnam. 
(KPFK) 

1:45 BERG: Seven Early Songs 

Beardslee, soprano; Craft, Columbia 
Symphony 

Columbia M2L 271 (16) 

2:00 SEARCH FOR SURVIVAL - IV: 
Red Cloak For Breakfast: This pro- 
gram, produced by Peter Bergman, 
David Ossman, and Craig Carpen- 
ter, sets forth the Hopi Life Plan 
and the Indian Prophesy of Purifi- 
cation. (KPFK) 

3:00 THE PROPIETOR (July 12, 9:30 
p.m.) 

.3:45 MISCELLANY 

4:00 THE MOWGLI STORIES by 
Rudyard Kipling: Red Dog, part 3, 
read by Mary Hanna. 



4:30 INDIAN STORIES, taken from 
old transcriptions made at KPFA 
by Jaime de Angulo, by Marta 
Bergstresser. 

4:45 CONCERT: 

Erickson: Piano Concerto 

University of Illinois Ensemble 
(20) 
Moussorgsky: Cradle Song; The 
Magpie; Night; Where art thou, lit- 
tle star?; The Ragmuffin; On the 
Dnieper (Orchestrations by Igor 
arkevitch ) 

Galina Vishnevskaya, soprano; 
Markevitch, Russian State Sym- 
phony 

Phillips PHS 900-082 (21) 
Milhaud: The Four Seasons 

Milhaud, Ensemble of the Con- 
certs Lamoureux 
Epic LC 3666 (45) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (July 25) 

7:00 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODI- 
CALS with William Mandel, author- 
ity on the U.S.S.R. and author of 
Russia Re-Examined. (July 25) 

7:15 WILLIAM WINTER, well-known 
political analyst, comments on the 
day's news. (KPFK) 

7:30 WHERE IT'S AT: Reviews and 
interviews about current shows and 
performances in the arts. 

8:00 OPEN HOUR for timely public 
affairs coverage. 

9:00 MUNICH MUSIC COMPETI- 
TION — I: Each year, the Federal 
Republic of Germany holds a com- 
petition for young artists. From the 
NABC we hear performances by 
last year's finalists: 
Tchaikovsky: Violin Concerto in D 
Mozart: Violin Concerto in A ( 1st 
movement ) 

Ravel: Piano Concerto 
Schonberg: Three Pieces for Piano, 
op. 11 

Debussy: Prelude for Piano 
Ravel: An aria from Sheherazade 

10:45 THE MARRIAGE by Stephen 
Rose: The story of two young peo- 
ple settling down to married life. A 
production of the NZBC, released 
exclusively within the USA and 
Canada by NABC. 

11:30 RADICALS AND EDUCATION 
AT COLUMBIA: A discussion be- 
tween three members of Columbia 
Students for a Democratic Society. 
The topics range from the anti-CIA 
sit-ins at Columbia and the class 
ranking dispute to theories of edu- 
cation from a radical viewpoint. 
(WBAI) (July 31) 

12:30 KING BISCUIT WEST with 
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7:00 KPFA NEWS (July 24) 

7:30 A HUNTING CONCERT: 

Mozart: Piano Sonata in D, K. 576 
Balsam, piano 
L'Oiseau-Lyre SOL 259 (14) 

Haydn: String Quartet in C, op. 33, 

no. 3 ("The Bird") 
Dekany Quartet 
VOX SVBX 556 (18) 

Mozart: Quartet no. 17 in B flat, 

K.458 ("The Hunt") 

Netherlands String Quartet 
Decca DL 710118 (23) 

Haydn: Symphony no. 73 in D ("La 

Chasse" ) 

Jones, The Little Orchestra of 
London Nonesuch H-1096 (21) 

Bach: Cantata no. 208: "Was mir 

behagt, ist nur die muntre Jagd" 

("The Hunting Cantata") 

Donath, Speiser, sopranos; Joch- 
ims, tenor; Stampfli, bass; Rilling, 
Chonis of the Gedachtniskirche 
and Chamber Ensemble of the 
Bach-Collegium, Stuttgart 
Nonesuch H-1147 (40) 

9:30 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODI- 
CALS (July 24, 7:00 p.m.) 

10:00 NOTES FROM THE UNDER- 
GROUND, Part 1, by Dostoevskv: 
Erik Bauersfeld reads the first in- 
stallment. 

10:30 CONCERT: Songs and Music of 
Tibet 
Folkways FE 4486 

11:00 CUISINE BOURCEOISE: Sasha 
Shor, culinary artist, raconteur, and 
teacher of French Cooking, presents 
and another session of recipes and 
repartee. Anne De Wolfe assists by 
questioning. (KPFK) 

11:30 PRESS PROBE: Mr. Robert Le- 
Fevre, first president and founder 
of Freedom School and Rampart 



College, serving now as Dean of 
both institutions, meets with Harry 
Pollard and his panel, consisting of 
Tibor Machan, Robert Tideman, 
Thomas W. Sanders, and Rov Beg- 
ley. (KPFK) 

12:30 CONCERT: 

Wolf: Morike Lieder—l 

Lear, soprano; Wema, piano 
DGG 18979 

1:00 PROBLEM OF IDENTITY - III 

— Disintegration of Myths in Soci- 
ety: The third of four lectures by 
Rollo May, given at the New School 
in March, 1967. (WBAI) 

2:15 J. KRISHNAMURTL Mind-re- 
ncual. Meditation, Loving (July 16, 
1:00 p.m.) 

3:30 MISCELLANY 

3:45 CHILDREN'S BOOK SAMPLER 
with Ellyn Beaty. (July 29) 

4:00 THE MOWGLI STORIES by 
Rudyard Kipling: Spring Running, 
part 1, read by Mary Hanna. 

4:30 CONCERT OF NEW RELEASES 

6:00 GERMAN PRESS REVIEW, pre- 
pared by Harold Reynolds, graduate 
student in German at San Francisco 
State College. (July 27) 
6:15 MISCELLANY 
6:30 KPFA NEWS (July 26) 

7:00 COMMENTARY by Sidney Roger, 
Bay Area journalist and radio com- 
mentator, specializing in labor af- 
fairs. (July 26) 

7:15 WILLIAM WINTER, well-known 
political analyst, presents his daily 
program of comments on the news. 
(KPFK) 

7:30 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE 
U.N. with Betty Pillcington. (WBAI) 
(July 26) 



8:00 GOLDEN VOICES: Anthony 
Boucher presents an exciting "for- 
gotten" tenor, Carlo Albani (1872-?), 
in arias from the ( to him ) contem- 
porary operas of Puccini and Gior- 
dano and the older works of Doni- 
zetti and Verdi. (July 26) 

8:30 SPUD JOHNSON IN TAOS: A 
close friend of D. H. Lawrence, 
Spud talks about his meeting the 
famous writer and several incidents 
that occured during Lawrence's stay 
in New Mexico. 

9:00 TCHAIKOVSKY'S ROMANCES- 
VI: Lawrence Jackson presents the 
final program in his series on the 
Romances of Tchaikovsky, sung by 
Soviet artists. Heard are Nadezhda 
Obukhova, Nikolai Figner, Giorgi 
Nellepp, Ivan Kozlovsky, and Sergei 
Lemesnev. 

9:30 THE TAOS BOOKSHOP: A con- 
versation with Genevieve Jansen and 
Claire Morrell, co-owners of a little 
book shop in Taos, New Mexico, 
from which many activities in that 
extraordinary valley originate. Erik 
Bauersfeld recorded this program in 
Taos last September. 

10:00 IS ANTHROPOLOGY ALIVE? 
Social Responsibility in Social An- 
thropology: Prof. Gerald D. Berre- 
man of the Anthropology Depart- 
ment at the University of California 
in Berkeley, and President of the 
Southwestern Anthropological Asso- 
ciation, discusses the social and pol- 
itical responsibilities of scientists. 
This talk was originally given as the 
presidential address before a joint 
meeting of the S.W.A.A. and the 
American Ethnological Societv on 
March 24, 1967, in San Francisco. 

10:45 DYLAN THOMAS READING AT 
KPFA: From our Archives, we pre- 
sent a program dated June 11, 1964, 
made from a transcription from an 
even earlier date. 

11:15 PIERRE BOULEZ: Pli Selon Pli: 

A portrait of Mallarme in five parts: 

Eva Maria Rogner, soprano; Bou- 

lez, S.W. German Radio Orchestra 

12:15 STRUCTURES with John Rock- 
well. 




July 



Wednesday 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (July 25) 
7:30 CONCERT: 

Beethoven: Resignation; Ich Liebe 
Dich; Der Kuss (6) 
Schubert: Im Abendrot; An die 
haute; Die Forelle; Lied eines Schif- 
fers an die Dioskuren; Der Musen- 
sohn ( 12 ) 

Wunderlich, tenor; Giesen, piano 

DGG 39125 
Mozart: String Quartet no. 14 in G, 
K. 387 billiard String Quartet 

Epic LC 3880 (29) 
Schubert: Symphony no. 4 in c 
("The Tragic") 

Maazel, Berlin Philharmonic 

DGG LPM 18628 (27) 



Mahler: Lieder Eines Fahrenden 

Gesellen 

Foster, bass; Horenstein, Bam- 
berg Symphony 
VOX PL9100 (16) 

Bach: Cantata no. 209: "Non sa che 

sia dolore" 

Stich-Randall, soprano; Heiller, 

Vienna State Opera Orchestra 
Vanguard BG-546 (25) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Sidney Roger. 
(July 25, 7:00 p.m.) 

9:45 SWEDISH PRESS REVIEW 
(July 23, 7:00 p.m.) 

10:00 NOTES FROM THE UNDER- 
GROUND, Part 1, by Dostoevsky: 



Erik Bauersfeld reads the second in- 
stallment. 

10:30 MUSIC OF THE WORLD'S 
PEOPLES: Music of India, pre- 
sented by the late Dr. Henry Co- 
well. (WBAI) 

11:00 THE OTHER SIDE OF THE 
U.N. (July 25, 7:30 p.m.) 

11:30 GOLDEN VOICES (July 25, 
8:00 p.m.) 

12:00 THE WORLD OF STEPHEN 
LE ACOCK - IV: We continue this 
13-part Anthology by John Drainie, 
produced by the Canadian Broad- 
casting Co., with "The Arrested 
Philanthropy of Edward Tomlinson" 
(1914). 



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12:30 CONCERT: 

Stockhausen: Kontrapunkte 

Pierre Boulez, Domaine Musicale 

Ensemble 
Haydn: Symphony no. 45 in f sharp 

Janigro, Symphony Orchestra of 

Radio Zagreb 

Vanguard VRS-1106 

1:00 REDIRECTING AMERICAN 
POWER: Domestic Urgencies vs. 
Military Costs: We hear from Gifford 
Phillips, James J. Storrow, Jr., and 
Robert Vaughn. Mr. Vaughn intro- 
duces the main speaker of this ses- 
sion, Dr. Martin Luther King. 
(KPFK) 

2:00 TALK WITH TED SHAWN 
(July 17, 11:30 p.m.) 

2:30 MILITARY ENLISTMENT: A 
program from the series, A Chance 
To Grow, from WGBH in Boston. 

3:30 GRASS BLADE JUNGLE: Grass- 
hoppers (July 22, 7:15 p.m.) 

4:00 THE MOWGLI STORIES by 
Rudyard Kipling: Spring Running, 
part 2, read by Mary Hanna. 

4:30 CONCERT: 

Brahms: Sonata no. 3 in f, op. 5 

Anda, piano Angel 35626 (35) 
Schubert: Quintet in A, op. 114 

Wuhrer, piano; Barchet Quartet 

Dover HCR-5206 (36) 
Schonberg: Quartet no. 2 in f sharp 
for strings and Soprano, op. 10 

Graf, soprano; Juilliard Quartet 

Columbia ML 4736 (29) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 
6:30 KPFA NEWS (July 27) 
7:00 COMMENTARY by Father Eu- 
gene Boyle. (July 27) 

7:15 WILLIAM WINTER presents his 
daily program of comments on the 
news. (KPFK) 

7:30 CONSERVATION REPORT with 
Kittie A. Brodsky. (July 27) 

7:45 MODERN JAZZ SCENE with 
Phil Elwood. (July 28) 

8:30 OPEN HOUR 
9:30 THEY ALWAYS FLOAT AT 
SEA: by Dennis Glover. The scene 
of this farce is on a motor gunboat 
that was ordered to deliver a load of 
pumpkins to The Wash— an area on 
the East Coast of England — and 
came under enemy surveillance. The 
play was produced for the NABC 
by the New Zealand Broadcasting 
Corp. 
10:00 THE PRAGUE QUARTET in a 
concert recorded at St. Mary's Col- 
lege in Moraga, by Warren Van Or- 
den: 

Mozart: Quartet no. 16 in Eh, K. 
428 

Prokofiev: Quartet no. 2 in F, op. 
92 

Brahms: Quartet in c, op. 51, no. 1 
Dvorak: Quartet no. 6 in F, op. 96 
(finale) (played as encore) 

11:30 DR. ALFRED AUERBACK ON 
MENTAL HEALTH: Dr. Auerback, 
M.D., psychiatrist and Vice Presi- 
dent of the American Psychiatric As- 
sociation, speaking at an emergency 
meeting of mental health profession- 
als in San Francisco. 

12:15 COCONUT GROVE with John 
Cott. 



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7:00 KPFA NEWS (July 26) 

7:30 CONCERT: 

Haydn: String Quartet in E flat, op. 

33, no. 2 ("The Joke") 
Dekany Quartet 
VOX SVBX 556 (15) 

Bach: Cantata no. 211: "The Coffee 

Cantata" ("Schweigt stille, plaudert 

nicht" ) 

Lieschen Lisa Otto, soprano 

Schlendrian ....D. Fischer-Dieskau, 
baritone 

Narrator Josef Traxel, tenor 

Odeon 80 618 (29) 

Strauss: Till Eulenspiegel's Merry 

Pranks, op. 28 

Bernstein, N.Y. Philharmonic 
Columbia ML 6222 (15) 

Stravinsky: Le Rossignol (The 

Nightingale: An opera in three acts) 

The Nightingale Reri Grist 

The Fisherman ....Loren Driscoll 

The Emporer Donald Gramm 

The Cook Marina Picassi 

The Chamberlain ..Kenneth Smith 

The Bonze Herbert Beattie 

Death Elaine Bonazzi 

Japanese Ambassadors ...Stanley 
Kolk, William Murphy, Carl 
Kaiser 
Stravinsky, Chorus and Orchestra 
of the Opera Societ of Washing- 
ton, D.C. 
Columbia KL 5727 (45) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Father Eu- 
gene Boyle. (July 26, 7:00 p.m.) 

9:45 GERMAN PRESS REVIEW (July 

25, 6:00 p.m.) 

10:00 NOTES FROM THE UNDER- 
GROUND. Erik Bauersfeld reads 
the third of four installments of 
Dostoevsky's work. 

10:30 CONCERT: Psalms sung in the 
Cameroons 
Folkways FR 8910 

11:00 CONSERVATION REPORT (July 

26, 7:30 p.m.) 

11:15 IT'S ONLY MONEY: A. J. Falick, 
management consultant, discusses 
the world of economics, business 
and finance. (KPFK) 

11:30 BLACK LIKE ME (July 20, 9:45 
p.m.) 

12:30 CONCERT: 
Berg: Lyric Suite 
Ramor Quartet 
VOX DL 530 
1:00 THE POLITICS OF TEXTBOOK 
ADOPTION: A speech given by Dr. 
John Caughey, professor at U.C.L.A. 
and author of the controversial book 
for 8th-grade American History, 
Land Of The Free. Dr. Caughey de- 
tails the problems of getting his 
book produced and adopted and the 
deluge of right-wing criticism which 
has accompanied the book wherever 
it is considered. 
1:45 CANADIAN SCULPTOR GE- 
RALD GLADSTONE (July 22, 
11:00 p.m.) 



2:45 THE SINISTER POTATO (July 
22, 10:00 p.m.) 

3:45 MISCELLANY 

4:00 THE WONDERFUL "O" James 
Thurber's work is read by Mike 
Tigar. 

4:30 CONCERT: 

Mozart: Serenade no. 11 in E flat, 
k. 375 

Jenkins, Everest Woodwind Octet 

Everest 6042 (25) 
Messiaen: Les Oiseaux Exotiques 

Warsaw Festival, Autumn 1960 

(20) 
Dvorak: Cello Concerto in b, op. 
104 

Rostropovich, cello; Talich, Czech 

Philharmonic 

Parliament PLP-139 (40) 

6:00 CALENDAR OF EVENTS with 
Joe Agos. (July 28) 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (July 28) 

7:00 COMMENTARY: Commentator to 
be announced. ( July 28 ) 

7:15 WILLIAM WINTER presents his 
daily program of comment on the 
news. 

7:30 CONCERT: 

Schumann: Dichterliebe, op. 48 
Haefliger, tenor; Werba, piano 
Heliodor H-25048 

8:00 OPEN HOUR for timely public 
affairs coverage. 

9:30 MUSIC OF INDIA presented by 
Aditya Mukerji. 

10:00 FROM THE POETRY CENTER. 
Harold Pinter: Pinter reads a per- 
sonal selection from the poetry of 
Chidiock Tichbourne, W. B. Yeats, 
e. e. cummings, Edna St. Vincent 
Millay, Ian Hamilton, Earl of Roch- 
ester, Stevie Smith, John Donne, 
Philip Larkin, and Thomas Hardy. 
The reading took place in New York 
on February 5, 1967. (WBAI) 

11:00 OPERATION BOOTSTRAP - III 

- The U.S. Constitution or Self-De- 
termination for Negroes: Does the 
Constitution need revising to protect 
minority groups, or must Negroes 
choose to fight for independent na- 
tionhood? Excerpts from a discus- 
sion with delegates from Operation 
Bootstrap and staff members of the 
Center for the Study of Democratic 
Institutions. (CSDI) 

12:00 JURA-PARIS ROAD with Charles 
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7:00 KPFA NEWS (July 27) 

7:30 CONCERT: 

Haydn: Symphony no. 5 in d 
Goberman, Vienna State Opera 
Orchestra 
Odyssy 32 16 0033 (16) 

Locatelli: Violin Concerto in e, op. 

3, no. 8 

Michelucci, violin; I Musici 
Epic LC 3827 (16) 

Bach: Cantata no. 212: "The Bauern 

Cantata" ( "Mer Hahn en neue 

Oberkeet" ) 

Otto, soprano; Fischer-Dieskau, 
baritone; Traxel, tenor; Forster, 
Chorus of St. Hedwig's Cathe- 
dral, Berlin, Berlin Philharmonic 
Odeon 80 618 (30) 

Beethoven: Symphony no. 4 in B 

flat, op. 55 

Szell, Cleveland Orchestra 
Epic SC 6050 (32) 

Berg: Three Pieces for Orchestra, 

op. 6 

Rosbaud, Southwest Cerman Ra- 
dio Orchestra 

Westminister W-9709 (19) 

9:30 COMMENTARY (July 27, 7:00 
p.m.) 

9:45 MALVINA REYNOLDS SPEAKS 
PROSE 

10:00 NOTES FROM THE UNDER- 
GROUND: Erik Bauersfeld reads 
the final installment of Dostoevsky's 
work. 

10:30 MIKIC OF THE WORLD'S 
PEOPLES: Music of Assam, Philip- 
pines, and Temiar Malay, presented 
bv the late Dr. Henry Cowell. 
(WBAI) 

11:00 CALENDAR OF EVENTS (July 
27, 6:00 p.m.) 

11:30 THE CHALLENGE OF OUR 
TTMF: CONSERVATIVE HARTTS 
VS. REVOLUTIONARY TECHNO- 
LOGICAL CHANGE - II: The 
Struggle (July 10, 10:30 p.m.) 

12:30 CONCERT: 

Brahms: Quartet no. 1 in c, op. 51, 
no. 1 

Budapest Ouartet 

Columbia ML 4700 

1:00 THE PSYCHE AND ITS PRO- 
CESSES - V: Dr. Ira Propoff, psy- 
chotherapist and author, discusses 
the inherent error of reductive nsy- 
chanab'sis, the common core of re- 
lationship the union of oriposit^s. 
and a full explanation of "twilight 
imaging"— his technique for enlarg- 
ing the consciousness. This is the 
final Drofram in this series, recorded 
in November of 1966 and nrerwd 
for KPFK bv Art Wadsworth. 
(KPFK) 

2:00 J. KRISHNAMURTL SeeUnv. 
Discontent, Beauty (July 23, 1:00 
p.m.) 



3:00 MODERN JAZZ SCENE (July 
26, 7:45 p.m.) 

3:45 MISCELLANY 

4:00 THE WONDERFUL "O". Mike 
Tigar in the second of three parts of 
a reading of a work by James 
Thurber. 

4:30 CONCERT OF NEW RELEASES 

6:00 JAPANESE PRESS REVIEW, 
prepared by Richard Lock, former 
resident and teacher in Japan, now 
doing graduate work at the Univer- 
sity of California in Berkeley. (July 
29) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS 

7:00 COMMENTARY by Herb Steiner, 
member of the State Executive 
Committee of the Socialist Labor 
Party and state organizer for the 
Party. (July 29) 

7:15 WILLIAM WINTER, well-known 
political analyst, presents his daily 
program of comments on the news. 
(KPFK) 

7:30 REPORT TO THE LISTENER 
by KPFA's station manager, Alfred 
Partridge. (July 30) 

7:45 FROM THE POETRY CENTER 

— W. S. Merwin: Mr. Merwin reads 
from his own work at the YM- 
YWHA Poetry Center in New York 
City. The reading took place in No- 
vember, 1966. (WBAI) 

8:15 MISCELLANY 



8:30 LIVE STUDIO CONCERT: To- 
night's concert will be given by the 
Bloch Quartet-Robert Bloch and 
Linda Ashworth, violin; David Smi- 
ley, viola; Helen Stross, cello. The 
program will be held at the Berke- 
ley Piano Club, 2724 Haste St., 
Berkeley, broadcast live. Tickets will 
be on sale at the door. The selec- 
tions for this concert will be: 

Mozart: String Quartet no. 17 in 

B flat, K. 458 ("The Hunt") 
Webern: Five Pieces for String 

Quartet, op. 5 

Six Bagatelles, op. 9 

Sfring Quartet, op. 28 
Beethoven: String Quartet no. 10 in 

E flat, op. 74 ("The Harp") 

10:30 BETTER LIVING THROUGH 
CHEMISTRY: They Shall ..Beat 
Their Computers Into Plowshares: 
Larry Josephson, WBAI's Morning 
Monster, takes a look at what's 
going on around him and quickly 
pulls the covers back over his head. 
(WBAI) 

11:00 ESCAPE! Anthony Boucher inter- 
views psychiatrist Meyer A. Zeligs, 
author of the recent and controver- 
sial re-examination of the case of 
Alger Hiss, "Friendship and Fratri- 
cide" (Viking). (July 31) 

11:30 LATE-NIGHT CLASSICAL MU- 
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8:00 CONCERT: 

Bach: Mass in B Minor 

Loose, soprano; Ceska, 2nd. so- 
prano; Burgsthaler-Schuster, con- 
tralto; Dermota, tenor; Poell, bass; 
Scherchen, Vienna Symphony Or- 
chestra, Academie Choir 
Westminister WL 50 37-39 (2 hrs. 
11 min. ) 

10:30 CHILDREN' BOOK SAMPLER 
(July 25, 3:45 p.m.) 

10:45 COMMENTARY by Herb Steiner. 
(July 28, 7:00 p.m.) 

11:00 JAPANESE PRESS REVIEW 
(July 28, 6:00 p.m.) 

11:15 WHATEVER BECAME OF . . . 
"ONE MAN'S FAMILY?" Richard 
Lamparski talks to Page Gilman 
who played Jack Barbour from the 
first broadcast (April 29, 1932) to 
the last in 1959. (WBAI) 

11:45 THE WRECKAGE OF THE 
CONSENSUS: A lecture from Bos- 
ton's Ford Hall Forum, given by the 
founder of "Objectivism," author of 
The Fountainhead, Atlas Shrugged 
and For The New Intellectual, Ayn 
Rand. (WBAI) 

1:45 MUNICH MUSIC COMPETI- 
TION — II: The second program of 
performances by the finalists of the 
annual international music contest 
of Germany, held in Munich. This 
program is devoted to singers: 

Brahms: Nicht Mehr zu Dir zu 

gehen 

Strauss: Die Nacht 
Georgine 



Stravinsky: Song of the Nightin- 
gale 

Borodin: Aria from Prince Igor 
Debussy: Trots Ballades de Fran- 
Villon 

Mussorgsky: Boris' monologue 
from Boris Gudounov 

2:45 TEENAGERS LOOK AT WASH- 
INGTON: Four young people from 
the Athenian School talk with Elsa 
Knight Thompson about their re- 
cent public affairs field trip to 
Washington, D. C. Participating in 
the discussion are Alex Sherriff, 
Tom McLaren, Marci Heller, and 
Jim Haber. 

3:45 LOVE FOR LOVE by William 
Congreve: The National Theatre of 
Great Britain. 

Tattle Lawrence Olivier 

Forsight Miles Malleson 

Angelica Geraldine McEwan 

Miss Prue Lynn Redgrave 

Ben Colen Blakeley 

Scandal Robert Lang 

Miss Frail Joyce Redman 

Valentine John Stride 

Produced by Peter Wood. (Victor 
VDS-112) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS 

6:45 COMMENTARY by Hal Draper, 
of the Independent Socialist Club, 
and editor of New Politics; and/or 
Anne Draper, of the Amalgamated 
Clothing Workers staff, and secre- 
tary of Citizens for Farm Labor. 
(July 30) 



7:00 REVIEW OF THE BRITISH 
WEEKLIES (BBC) (July 31) 

7:15 GRASS BLADE JUNGLE - Spi- 
ders: Their ingenuity in the chase, 
their elaborate courtship rituals, 
their disturbing propensities as 
mates, and their ambiguous rela- 
tionship with their young. ( BBC ) 
(Augusct 2) 

7:45 NABC WORLD CONCERT: The 
Berlin Radio Symphony Orchestra, 
conducted by Kurt Sanderling: 
Mendelssohn: Symphony No. 4 in A, 
op. 190 ("The Italian") 
Wolfgang Strauss: Concerto for Or- 
chestra, op. 30 

Ernst Mayer: Poem for Viola and 
Orchestra 

David Binda, viola 
Brahms: Concerto for Violin, Cello, 
and Orchestra in a, op. 102 

Georgi Garay, violin; Radu Adel- 

escu, cello 

9:15 HOW TO AVOID PROBATE: 
Norman Dacey, author of the book 
How to Avoid Probate, discusses 
this subject. ( Philips PHM 200-229 ) 

10:00 MUSIC IN AMERICA with Chris 
Strachwitz. (August 3) 

11:15 BLACK MASS: Erik Bauersfeld 
presents a program from KPFA's 
theatre of the bizarre. 

12:15 ALL-NIGHT JAZZ with Stan Ko- 
walski. 



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8:00 CONCERT: 

Monteverdi: II Combatimento di 

Tancredi e Clorinda 

Tancredi Malacame, tenor 

Clorinda Tincinelli - Fattori, 

soprano 

Testo Malaguti, baritone 

Loehrer, Societa Cameristica di 
Lugano Nonesuch H-1090 (21) 

Mozart: Fantasia for Mechanical 

Organ, K. 608 

Rilling, mechanical organ 
Turnabout TV 34087S (14) 

Schubert: Symphony no. 5 in B flat 
Walter, Columbia Symphony 
Columbia M2L 269 (28) 

Mozart: Piano Concerto no. 23 in 

A, K. 488 

Kempff, piano; Leitner, Bamber- 
ger Symphony 
DGG LPM 18645 (24) 

Bach: Cantata no. 214: "Tonet, ihr 

Pauken! Erschallet, Trompeten!" 
Reichelt, soprano; Lisken, alto; 

Ielden, tenor; Wollitz, bass; Karl- 
lofer, Chamber Orchestra and 
Choir of Barmen 
Vanguard SRV-231 (27) 

10:00 REPORT TO THE LISTENER 

(July 28, 7:30 p.m.) 

10:15 COMMENTARY by Hal and/or 
Anne Draper. (July 29, 6:45 p.m.) 

10:30 REMINISCENCES OF A RE- 
BEL: The radio autobiography of 
Ben Legere. 

11:00 JAZZ REVIEW with Phil Elwood. 

1:00 SENATOR WAYNE MORSE AT 
U.C.: The senior senator from Ore- 
gon, speaking under the auspices of 
the Inter-Fraternity Council of the 
University of California on Sproul 
Hall steps in Berkeley May 21, 
1967. This program appeared on 
Open Hour May 22, 1967. 

2:00 SENATOR WAYNE MORSE AT 
PERIOD. The question period 
which followed Senator Morse's 
speech at U.C.'s Berkeley campus 
May 21, 1967. This program was 
heard on Open Hour May 25, 1967. 

2:30 NABC WORLD CONCERT: The 

Leningrad Philharmonic Orchestra, 
Rolf Kleinhardt, conductor: 
Gluck: Overture to Armide 
Haydn: Symphony No. 85 in B flat 
von Dittersdorf: Concerto for Harp 
and Orchestra Leo Budnar, harp 

3:15 NEW YORK POETS: Michael Sil- 
verton conducts an interview-read- 
ing with poet, Dainter and philan- 
thropist Walter Gutman. (WBAI) 



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upon receipt of your first reminder, it 
saves money and frayed nerves at 
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4:00 VERDI: Falstaff 

Falstaff ....Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau 

Quickly Regina Resnik 

Alice Ilva Ligabue 

Ford Rolando Panerai 

Nannetta Craziella Sciutti 

Fenton Juan Oncina 

Meg Hilde Rossl-Majdan 

Caius Gerhard Stolze 

Bardolph Murray Dickie 

Pistol Erick Kunz 

Chorus of the Vienna State Opera, 

Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, 

Leonard Bernstein 

(Columbia M3L 350) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (July 31) 

6:45 COMMENTARY by Robert L. 
Coate, Chairman for Northern Cali- 
fornia of the Democratic Party. 
(July 31) 

7:00 SWEDISH PRESS REVIEW 

(BFA) (August 2) 

7:15 MY WORD! The BBC word game. 

°7:45 EARLY MOZART: The Obliga- 
tion of the First Commandment, K. 
35: A sacred play with music, com- 
posed by the eleven-year-old Mo- 
zart in 1767. This performance, rec- 
orded at the Summer Days at Hit- 



zacker Festival, is by Lotte Leh- 
mann as Justice; Gerhard Stock- 
lasse as Compassion; Use Hollweg 
as the Worldly Spirit; Georg Jelden 
as the Christian Spirit; and Kurt 
Westig as Christ. The Munich 
Chamber Orchestra is conducted by 
Gunther Weisenborn. (NABC) 

9:00 THE TOSCIN SAIL, a diversion 
for radio by the New Zealand au- 
thor, Doris Summerville. The 
speaker is Tim Elliott. This program 
is from the New Zealand Broadcast- 
ing Corporation, through the facili- 
ties of the North American Broad- 
casting Corporation. 

9:15 THE PLURAL UNIVERSITY? A 
conversation with Professor John 
Kelly, chairman of the Board of 
Educational Development set up on 
the recommendation of the "Musca- 
tine" committee at the University 
of California's Berkeley campus last 
March. Professor Kelly talks with 
Al Silbowitz about the hopes for 
educational innovation on the Berk- 
eley campus and describes the prob- 
lems encountered by his committee. 

10:30 THE BONDMAN: of Love and 
Liberty by Philip Massinger with 
Stephen Murray and Tony Britton. 
(BBC) (1 hr. 30 min.) 




July 



Monday 



7:00 KPFA NEWS (July 30) 

7:15 FEED-BACK with Lou Hartman. 

7:30 CONCERT: 

Haydn: Scherzando in F 

Haas, London Baroque Ensemble 
Westminister XWN 18612 (8) 

Mozart: Quintet in g, K. 516 
Griller String Quartet; Gilbert, 
viola London LLP 132 (32) 

Beethoven: Symphony no. 3 in E 

flat ("The Eroica") 

Bohm, Berlin Philharmonic 
Heliodor H-25049 (48) 

Bach: Magnificat in D 

Venora, Tourel, sopranos; Ober- 
lin, countertenor; Bressler, tenor; 
Farrow, bass; Bernstein, Scuola 
Cantorum, N.Y. Philharmonic 
Columbia ML 5775 (31) 

9:30 COMMENTARY by Robert L. 
Coate. (July 30, 6:45 p.m.) 

9:45 REVIEW OF THE BRITISH 
WEEKLIES (July 29, (7:00 p.m.) 

10:00 COLLECTOR OF INNOCENTS 

by Louis Auchincloss, from his re- 
cent collection of short stories, Tales 
of Manhattan. Readers are Bernard 
Mayes and Erik Bauersfeld. 



10:30 MUSIC OF THE WORLD'S 
PEOPLES: Music of India, pre- 
sented by the late Dr. Henry Cowell. 
(WBAI) 

11:00 ESCAPE! (July 28, 11:00 p.m.) 

11:30 PRESS PROBE: Harry Pollard's 
subject for inquiry is Vaughn Mar- 
lowe, who proposes a plan for aid- 
ing victims of the war in Vietnam 
through a group to be known as 
MEDIC. Quizzing Mr. Marlowe are: 
Harold Quigley, Leader of the Los 
Angeles Ethical Culture Society; Ed 
Matovich, Physical scientist and 
Lecturer in Economics and Social 
Philosophy; Craig Kirkpatrick, a 
member of Mensa and of the John 
Birch Society; Roy Begley, adver- 
tising counselor; and Margil Wad- 
ley, teacher of Social Philosophy. 
(KPFK) 

12:30 MUSIC FROM EAST GER- 
MANY: A performance of the ora- 
torio Belzhazzar, first produced in 
1745. This performance is by Jutta 
Vulpius, soprano; Peter Schreier, 
tenor; Gunther Leib, baritone; Rolf 
Kuhne, bass; Karlheinz Schmieder, 
bass; Werner Baumkirch, tenor; 



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Siegfried Hausmann, baritone; the 
Berlin Radio Chorus and Symphony 
Orchestra conducted by Helmut 
Koch. 

2:45 RADICALS AND EDUCATION 
AT COLUMBIA (July 24, 11:30 
p.m.) 

3:45 MISCELLANY 

4:00 THE WONDERFUL "O": Mike 
Tigar reads the conclusion of this 3- 
part story by James Thurber. 

4:30 INDIAN TALES taken from tran- 
scriptions made many years ago at 
KPFA by Jaime de Angulo. Re-pro- 
duction is by Marta Bergstresser. 

4:45 CONCERT: 

Berg: Sonata for Piano, op. 1 

Gould, piano 

Columbia ML 5336 (13) 
Wolf: From the Spanish Song Book- 
Worldly Songs 

Fischer-Dieskau, baritone; Moore, 

piano Angel 35838 (25) 



Beethoven: Symphony no. 5 in c, 

op. 67 

Markevitch, Orchestre des Con- 
certs Lamoureux 
Epic LC 3659 (31) 

Strauss: Four Last Songs 

Schwartzkopf, soprano; Acker- 
mann, Philharmonic Orchestra 
Angel 35084 (19) 

6:15 MISCELLANY 

6:30 KPFA NEWS (August 1) 

7:00 SOVIET PRESS AND PERIODI- 
CALS with William Mandel, au- 
thority on the U.S.S.R. and author 
of Russia Re-Examined. Tonight 
Mr. Mandel will answer questions 
supplied by his listeners. ( August 1 ) 

7:30 WILLIAM WINTER, well-known 
political analyst, presents his daily 
program of comments on the news. 

7:45 WHERE IT'S AT: Reviews and 
interviews about current shows and 
performances in the arts. 

8:15 OPEN HOUR for timely public 
affairs coverage. 



9:15 CONCERT: 

Haydn: Symphony no. 85 in B flat 
( "La Reine" ) 

Sacher, Vienna Symphony 

Epic LC 3059 (22) 
Jean-Claude Eloy: Etude III, for 
Orchestra (1963) (19) 
Stockhausen: Momente 

Arroyo, soprano; Stockhausen, 

Cologne Radio Orchestra (60) 

11:00 FORUM INTERNATIONAL: Dr. 
Nick D. Hetzer, founder and presi- 
dent of Forum International, and 
Dr. Catherine Geissler, secretary- 
treasurer of this world-wide educa- 
tional and cultural organization, talk 
with Elsa Knight Thompson. 

11:30 THE MOVIES: "The Eady Plan": 
Bob Sitton talks with Gary Dartnell 
about Britain's Eady Plan for sub- 
sidies to film-making. Mr. Dartnell, 
American representative for British 
Lion pictures, tells what the plan is 
all about. (WBAI) 

12:00 KING BISCUIT WEST with 
Michael Chechik and ED Denson. 



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ACLU PICNIC 

July 4, 11-5, Padre Camp Ground, Tilden Park. 
Sports, Entertainment, Dessert, Coffee, Bring 
Lunch. Donation $1.00, Children 50c. Details: 
845-7202. 

ADVENTURE TRIPS 

4 weeks, co-ed, 11-16-year-olds, $299, 3.000 miles. 
Visit Grand Tetons, Yellowstone National Parks, 
coppermines, cattle ranches. Margaret McGrew, 
Director, Western Educational Tours. 
San Francisco — 387-4383 

AIR & LIBERTY 
PINEL SUMMER SESSION 

June 19 July 21 
Six Hilly Acres of "Air & Liberty" — Crafts — 
Field Trips — One Week Camping — Guitar — 
Fencing — Archery — Academia as necessary. 

Fall Semester — September 11 
228-6853 Box 1098 Walnut Creek 

ALL ABOARD FOR ART 

Floating Art Classes for Children & Teenagers. 
Imaginative approach to material and ideas. 
Call now: Sausalito 332-4248 

A QUIET PLACE 

LEWIN'S METAPHYSICAL BOOKS, offers the 
writing of Krishnamurti plus selected Wisdom, 
Joy. Ecstasy of the East and West. 
2644 Ashby Ave., Berkeley Mon.-Sat 11-6 

BOOKS 

Books — MDXLII SHATTUCK AVENUE 

Berkeley, California 
Wednesdays; Thursdays, Fridays 1-4 

BOOKS 

Socialist — Literature; catalog, free. 

Socialist Labor Party, 1182 Market St. 

San Francisco 94102 

BRAIDS & BUTTONS 

HANDCRAFT FROM EUROPE. SAUSALITO 

CAPTURES CHILDREN 

Shirley Clarke Captures Children 

(through Creative Photography) 

848 - 4098 



CARMEL — FOR SALE 

Carmel Valley Pad — Two Bedroom, rustic 
(one detached). Sunny, woodsy area near 
stream. Furnished. $17,500. By owner. TH 3-6509. 



CARMEL RENTAL WANTED 

Cottage or Apartment— single. KPFA reception 
essential. TH 8-5788 



CARPETS 

Area rugs, broadloom carpets, bargain remnants, 
sheepskins. 

CARPET CENTER • 1702 Grove • Berkeley 
841 -3881 



CHILD PHOTOGRAPHY 

Five years from now, you'll be glad 

your child 

was photographed by Eugene Courtois 

S.F. Art Center 921-6837 or 431-9034 



DANCE 

Peters Wright Creative Dance: 
,^c o Lenore Peters Job • Judy Job 
2695 Sacram ento St., San Francisco WA 1-1365 

SHAWL-ANDERSON 

MODERN DANCE CENTER, INC. 

Daily graded classes Adults, Children 

Ballet, Composition offered 
3179 College Ave., Berkeley 654-5921 

FOR AUDIOPHILES 

AUDIO CLINIC 
2986 College Ave. Berkeley 549-0206 
Hi-fi Stereo service, tube, transistor, kit building 
facilities. All work guaranteed. 



FOR RENT 

Semi-Isolated cabin in the Sierras. Yuba River 
frontage. Phone 415-3880928. 



FM & HI Fl SERVICE 

Competent repairs, advice and installation of 
audio equipment. Sales. Ashton Brown, Consul- 
tant. Berkely. LA 4-3005 — by appointment. 

FOR SALE 

Harpsichord, two manual Sperrhake, 8'8", Afri- 
can pearwood. 8'8'4'16' registers. Laurette Gold- 
berg 451-7985 

GUITAR CLASSES 

Learn Guitar this summer. Small classes now 
forming. Call: TH 5-5589 



HANDMADE SONGS 

MALVINA PRODUCTIONS AT YOUR BOOKSHOP 
Little Boxes and Other Handmade Songs $2.45 
The Muse of Parker Street 2.45 

Tweedles and Foodies (children's songs) 1.75 
or write: Schroder Music Co. 
2027 Parker St., Berkeley, Calif. 94705 
At your record shop: 
MALVINA REYNOLDS SINGS - Columbia 2614 

HANDWOVENS & SANDALS 

THE SANDAL SHOP 
900 North Point Street San Francisco 

HOMES AND INVESTMENTS 

KPFA SPOKEN HERE! To buy or sell (a home, 
lot, or income property) TUNE IN with us 

TEPPING REALTY CO. 
Berkeley TH 3-5353 El Cerrito LA 6-5353 

HOUSE PAINTING 

INTERIOR and EXTERIOR 
526- 1805 

100% HUMAN 

WIGS, WIGLETS. FALLS AND PONYTAILS 

at wholesale prices 

1811 Telegraph Ave.. Oakland 451-5900 

317 Sutter St., San Francisco 421-5775 

Guaranteed finest quality 100% Human Hair 



ILLUSORY 

Crafts. Candles, Jewelry, Pottery, Photography, 
Hand-made Dresses. 

THE GRAND ILLUSION 

1803 Euclid Ave. Berkeley 

844 - 0300 

MEXICAN HOLIDAY 

WRITE — Los Cuatro Vientos, Matamoros 172. 
Puerta Vallarta, Mexico. Elena Cortes, Hostess. 
Local Reference - AT 3-8943 

MUSIC LESSONS 

MONA WHALE — Pianist & Teacher 

Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Students 

848-5006 

OLD HOUSE 

Artistic, secluded home, charming Ratcilff Sr. 
9 room plus in-law apt Redwood paneling, fire- 
place, deck. Berkeley/Oakland hills. $40,000 - 
owner OL 4-5976. 



PEACE CENTER 

Open for draft counseling, public meetings on 
peace. Vietnam-Summer, etc. Sponsored by sev- 
eral Contra Costa County peace groups. Volun- 
teers welcome and needed. 520 Bissell (First 
Christian Church), Richmond 235-8855 

PICTURE FRAMES 

THE ARTISANS. Custom Framing 
1964 Union St.. San Francisco WA 1-0456 

DIMITROFF'S PICTURE FRAMES— Modern period, 
all stvles. 
173 Throckmorton. Mill Valley DUnlap 8-1317 



REAL ESTATE 

READY TO SELL? Why not list with an active 
inter-racial office that believes in integrated 
neighborhoods. Call and let's talk. 

Central Realty Service. Arlene Slaughter 
OL 8-2177 — TH 9-2976 evenings 



RECORDING 

Non-profit sound recording by appointment. 

WESTMINSTER AUDIO SERVICE 

1645 Hopkins, Berkeley. Calif. LA 4-6842 after 2 pm 



ROSICRUCIANS 

Write for the free booklet. THE MASTERY OF 

LIFE 

Rosicrucian Park 

San Jose, California 95114 

QUALITY LEATHERGOODS, CUSTOM MADE 

SANDALS UNLIMITED 

2410 Telegraph Ave., Berkeley 845-6216 

1951 Shattuck Ave., Berkeley 845-6216 

SAUSALITO 

HANDCRAFT FROM EUROPE 

777 & 1210 Bridgeway 
Phone 332-1633 



SCHOOLS 

Art and Dance Summer School Mon.-Wed. 1-4 pm 

Children Ages 6-12. Contact Diane Gundelfinger 

LA. 5-4043 



SCHOOLS 

The Hedge School, a Montessori-oriented ele- 
mentary school, is opening fall, 1967. For infor- 
mation write: P.O. Box 9125, Berkeley, or phone: 
845-4163. 841 6151 evenings. 



SHOES 

CARL MOSHER SHOES. 96 Throckmorton, Mill 
Valley, phone 388-0432. RED CROSS shoes for 
women: FLORSHEIM for men; JUMPING JACKS 
for children; KEDS for the whole family. 

SELF-DISCOVERY GROUPS 

T-GROUPS. ENCOUNTER GROUPS. SEMINARS in 

Northern California on Humanistic Psychology. 

Existentialism, Creativity, Self-Discovery. For 

announcement, write: 

EXPLORATIONS INSTITUTE 
Box 1254-A, Berkeley, Calif. 

SPANISH LESSONS 

Native SPANISH graduate teacher offers Gram- 
mar, Conservation and Literature. 

Dolores Corominas — 525-3983 

SUNDAY MORNINGS - HUMANIST CENTER 

CHALLENGING PROGRAMS 

PROVOCATIVE - STIMULATING 

Child-care provided All Invited 

Fellowship of Humanity — Oakland 
11 a.m. 411 28th St. 

WALDEN SUMMER 

Summer Program at WALDEN (in Berkeley) 

Ages 4 1 /? - 6'/? — June 26 - Aug. 4 

Aees 7 - 11 — July 17 - Aug 11 

Swimming, Pottery Making, Music, Outings, Arts 

& Crafts, Free Play. Drama. 

TH 1 - 7248 

WANTED 

Distinguished contemporary house, wide Bay 
view, wood, glass, trees: Berkeley/Oakland hills, 
6 plus rooms. Principals only, please. 653-3360 

WAR AND PEACE 

FREE SUBSCRIPTION: American Society to De- 
fend Children Newsletter, Box 18163, San Fran- 
cisco; 
P.O. Box 1346 Richmond. Calif. 94802 

HELP US 
Bumper Stickers: NO WAR ON CHILDREN 

25c each 

WHIMSICAL WARES 

Ol D X. UGLY • FINE & FUNNY 

JODY'S JUNCTION 

160 Almonte Blvd. • Mill Valley 



WRITING 

CONTINUOUS SEMINARS IN WRITING — Lloyd 
Eric Reeve. San Francisco and East Bay. Call 
731-5385. 



Rate per insertion. (10 word minimum) — 30c 
per word; 6 or more continuous insertions, 25c 
check or money to KPFA, Folio Advertising, 
Berkeley 94704. TH 8-6767, YU 1-7730 (SF). 
Deadline 4U weeks in advance of beginning 
date of Folio. All advertisements appearing In 
the Folio are addressed to all persons — no dis- 
criminatory ads, please. 



KPFA wishes to thank everyone 

who participated in the SPONSORS 9 DINNER, 

May 20th, at the Hall of Flowers. 

Speakers: Lou Hartman, Marshall Windmiller, William Winter 
Designer of Grand Plan: Gertrude Hutchinson Merritt 

Thanks are due for the success of the dinner to: 

Baruch Klein, Zelia Kaufman, Allyn Otnes Music 

Paul Blanc and Sand Perula Flower arrangements 

Dr. William Robbins .Wine 

Richard L. Merritt ...Beverages 

And thanks also to the following for their donations of and cooperation on various 
foods. 

Cost Plus Imports, 2252 Taylor St., San Francisco, for its generous donation 

of fish products. 

Paul Masson Vineyards, 330 Jackson St., San Francisco, for a gift of surprise 

packages. 

Lucca Ravioli Factory, Frank Feno, 1 100 Valencia St., San Francisco 

Frank's Superette Market, Frank Re, 910 Cole St., San Francisco 

Plate's Cakery, 4073 - 24th St., San Francisco 

Scandia Finer Foods, Terling (Father and Son) 714 Harrison St., San 

Francisco 

Schwarz's Sausage Co., Herman Schwarz, 1789 Mission St., San Francisco 

Wedemeyer's Bakery, Fred Wedemeyer, 2940 Folsom St., San Francisco 

Special thanks to all the following who most generously contributed food, money, and 
heroic labor to make the dinner possible: 

Dr. & Mrs. Joseph Biernoff; Mr. & Mrs. Richard Blanc; Dorothy Brunner; 

Mr. & Mrs. Don Bryan; Dr. Robert Burnip; Mrs. Alice Byrnes; 

Mr. & Mrs. David Cootes; Mr. & Mrs. George Crane; Mrs. Marian Davidson; 

Dr. D. Edwards; Dr. Edna Fitch; Terry Fitzpatrick; Bertha Gerard; 

Dr. Sadja Goldsmith; Dr. Robert Goldsmith; Mamie R. Goodman; 

Mrs. Jennie Gottstein; Leonard Greenstone; Mr. Steve Hegerty; 

Mr. & Mrs. James Hitchcock; Dr. & Mrs. Shaun Holman; Dr. Maurice Horn; 

Mrs. John B. Kirk; Dr. & Mrs. Leon Kolb; Vincent Lagano; 

Mrs. Eleanor Little; Mrs. Blanche R. Mack; Catherine M. Patterson; 

Dr. & Mrs. Stewart Perry; Dr. & Mrs. Herbert J. Phillips; 

Mr. & Mrs. John Powell; Mr. & Mrs. James Quinlin; Dr. Laurence Rose; 

Mr. & Mrs. M. Milan Roth; Tom Ryan; Dr. F. Schiller; 

Mr. & Mrs. Albert Schlachtman; Dr. & Mrs. Herman Schwartz; 

Dr. Dorothea Scoville; Dr. William Shekter; Mr. & Mrs. Barney Shipnuck; 

Mrs. Sarah Singer; Tillie Smith; Mrs. Frances Steadman; 

Dr. Monte Steadman; Dr. & Mrs. Samuel Susselman; Mrs. Freda Thorne; 

Dr. & Mrs. Norman Walter; Ann Wilson; Mr. & Mrs. S. R. Winship; 

Joan Zippay. 

IF, THROUGH INADVERTANCE, ANY DESERVING INDIVIDUAL'S NAME HAS NOT FOUND ITS WAY 
INTO THIS LIST, TO HIM ALSO, OUR THANKS. 



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DATED PROGRAM 

KPFA. PACIFICA RADIO 
2207 SHATTUCK AVENUE 
BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA 94704 
' 1967 Pocifico Foundation 



KPFA Presents 

THE BLOCH STRING QUARTET 

Robert Bloeh and Linda Ashworth, Violins 
David Smiley, I "tola; Helen Stross, Cello 

PROGRAM: 

Mozart: Quay let no. 17 in B flat 

Webern: Five Pieces, op. 5 

Six Bagatelles, op. 9 

String Quartet, op. 28 
Beethoven: Quartet no. 10 in E flat, op. 74 

Friday. July 28 at 8:30 p.m. 

BERKELEY PIANO CLUB • 2724 Haste Street, Berkeley 

Tickets will be on sale at the door ... $ 1 .50 



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